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Raptors - Worldwide

Raptors - Worldwide

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Ancient Egyptian Falcon

Ashol-Pan training her eagle - A photographer who snapped what could be the world's only girl hunting with a golden eagle says watching her work was an amazing sight.

Goshawk Flies Through Tiny Spaces in Slo-Mo! - The Animal's Guide to Britain, Episode 3 - BBC Two

Photos: It's Falconry Season in Qatar : Condé Nast Traveler

Photos: It's Falconry Season in Qatar

Crested Serpent Eagle getting attacked by a White-browed Fantail

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Nankeen Kestrel

Black collared hawk

Causes of Annual Bird Mortality

An Egyptian Bronze Figure of the Horus Falcon, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 B.C.

Falconry is a 10,000 year old art form

That is a beautiful bird...

Buzzard attacked fox by Zahoor Ahmed| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Eagle Hunters of Mongolia (+playlist)

Monty chasing Glesni on the first day she came to his nest. Dyfi Osprey Project

Yellow Headed Caracara

This jaw-dropping action shot of an Austrain Bald Eagle was taken while the eagle was attempting to land during crosswinds. (photo by: Sitzwohl Bernhard)

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Wahlberg's Eagle - Aquila wahlbergi

Photo Savanna Hawk (Heterospizias meridionalis) by Celi Aurora | Wiki Aves - The Encyclopedia of Brazilian Birds

Orange-breasted Falcon. It is found from southern Mexico to northern Argentina. It's a medium-sized falcon at 14–16 in long and a weight of 11.5 oz.-1.5 lbs. It is a bird predator, with strong talons that enable it to catch prey in flight, and is considered by some consider as filling the ecological niche of the Peregrine Falcon as a breeding species in tropical America.

European Buzzard by James Boardman-Woodend on 500px

Buzzard attacked fox by Zahoor Ahmed| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A fairly large but relatively lightweight bird of prey, the African harrier-hawk has a distinctive small, pointed head, with a patch of naked yellow skin on the face which flushes red when the bird is excited. On the top of the head is a crest of feathers, which may be raised or lowered. The plumage is mainly grey, with neat black and white barring on the abdomen and thighs, though this is absent in some individuals.