Presentation on theme: "Birds of prey By Anthony Cervera. Bald eagle Known as the “American" eagle Beat the Turkey for the election of country bird Diet: Fish, rodents, sometimes."— Presentation transcript:
Bald eagle Known as the “American" eagle Beat the Turkey for the election of country bird Diet: Fish, rodents, sometimes herons, carrion, game birds (ducks, grouse, etc.).
Snowy owl Diet: Mostly lemmings (rodent) Average life span: 9.5 years Snowy owls are active in day or night!
Black kite Diet: fish and carrion Follows bush fires to find dead or dying small mammals Related to red kite.
Tawny eagle Diet: Carrion, Rabbits, medium sized rodents, lizards, snakes. Mostly lives in Kenya Looks like the steppe eagle
Golden eagle Also known as the booted or true eagle Diet: Medium sized mammals Golden eagle Is the national emblem of Mexico
Great horned owl Diet: Small mammals, rabbits, geese, herons, Amphibians, reptiles. Looks like the long- eared owl. Regularly eats skunks!!!!!!
Peregrine falcon Diet: songbirds, small geese, small mammals. Can dive at speeds of more than 160 mph! Looks like the prairie falcon
Osprey Diet: Fish Similar to the bald eagle The osprey builds the nest on manmade structures, such as telephone poles!
Mississippi kite Diet: Large insects, amphibians, reptiles, bats, other small mammals. Similar to the white tailed kite. Attacks people who come too close to It’s nest.
Harrier Diet: small mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs. Similar to the rough-legged hawk Relies on hearing to catch prey
White bellied sea eagle Diet: fish, sea snakes, crustaceans, etc. Usually forage in pairs. Like the black shouldered kite.
Red Tailed hawk Diet: small and medium sized mammals, birds, and reptiles. Similar to the red shouldered hawk. In movies, the red tailed hawk’s cry was used for any other bird of prey!
Lanner falcon Diet: Pigeons, small or medium mammals, reptiles, large insects Like the peregrine falcon Latin name: Falco biarmicus
Credits Thank you for watching! An Anthony C. production BIRDS ROCK!!! FWI: PowerPoint classes, at 1312 E. Melton, on weekends I hoped you liked the show!!! If you feel the need to have information about birds, just ask me, Anthony Cervera, for a PowerPoint! You CANNOT go through life knowing me without knowing that I like birds.