Birds of Prey
Birds of Prey are a species that primarily hunt and feed on other animals. They have keen eyesight, powerful, hook-tipped beaks for tearing flesh and strong feet with sharp talons for grasping and killing prey. Owls have large heads, stocky bodies and specialized feathers that enable near-silent flight by altering air turbulence and absorbing noise. There are nineteen different species of owls found in the United States.