Peregrine Falcon Peregrine falcons may reach speeds of 200 miles per hour when diving for prey. They use their balled-up talons to knock out their prey, then catch the hapless, falling bird before it hits the ground or water.
Red Tailed Hawk~I know they're only doing their job, but I so hate it when I see one swoop down and grab a chipmunk or bunny! Especially when it's in my yard!
The Red-Tailed Hawk occupies a wide range of habitats and altitudes, including deserts, grasslands, coniferous and deciduous forests, agricultural fields and urban areas. It lives throughout the North American continent, except in areas of unbroken forest or the high arctic.
17 Popular Types of Largest Eagles Species in The World
17 Popular Types of Largest Eagles Species in The World - Zoopedia
Dark-eyed Junco Bird in snow near Seattle Washington there are 15 subspecies this is the Oregon, on the Canadian Prairie and in the east we get the Slate Colored. They are commonly known as Snowbirds.