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"Birds of Prey" (5-19-2009)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Birds of Prey are raptors. That means they are great hunters. What makes a bird of prey so skilled at capturing prey? How are these birds different from other kinds of birds? And how do they fly so fast? Scientists Greg Kaltenecker, the Idaho Bird Observatory Director, and Trish Nixon, a raptor specialist for the Peregrine Fund, help us learn about these magnificent birds.

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Video Short: Birds of Prey are a special kind of bird called a raptor. Find out what makes these flying hunters so special.

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Web Extra: Greg Kaltenecker, the Idaho Bird Observatory Director, and Trish Nixon, a raptor specialist for the Peregrine Fund, stay on to answer more questions about raptors.

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