Birds of prey

Eagles and falcons are big predators that chase from the air. They have energy flight, excellent sight, hook beak, powerful legs and subsidiary claws.

Because of their way of hunting, they are called birds of prey. They can see their prides from 1 to 2 kilometers.

Owls, that have good ear and silence flight because their soft feathers, they hunt at night. They measure from 45 to 60 centimeters, and they eat small mammals, birds and fish.

Birds of prey, present a huge variety of measures, from 20 centimeters to 3’2 meters, and they can live from 20 to 60 years.

Hawks catch their prides from high, goshawks and sparrow hawks chase in ambush, like felines, and falcons throw in plumed.

Eagles eat meat, fish, reptiles and carrion. Hawks eat small mammals and birds. Vultures eat carrion, reptiles, fish, small birds and mammals, and condors only eat carrion.

Carla M. 6º de Educación Primaria