Hey, teachers and students explore the internet and learn more about those
birdy raptors - facts, life histories, identifications, sounds, migration
patterns, raptor and rehabilitation centers, and games/quizzes for kids!
Learn what to do with an injured raptor. Take a raptor adventure and look
at photos of a raptor being rescued. Listen to hawk, owl, and osprey vocalizations
and feel like you are part of the wilderness. Teachers take a closer look
at owl pellets with you students and explore a little deeper.
Learn about the international projects that are taking place with birds
of prey. You can click on a map and learn about what is taking place with
birds all around the world. Also look at field notes that biologists and
students have been working on together.
don't want to miss these amazing webcams! Learn about a variety of peregrine
falcons and other Canadian raptor species. Find out about the history, myths,
lifecycle, migration and flight of these great raptors.
Take a raptor quiz and see how much you really know! Read stories from
other kids about their experiences with raptors. Also look at some raptor
artwork that students have created.
Take a look at a detailed scientific classification chart on diurnal birds
of prey. Learn about the anatomy and physiology, along with the diet and
eating habits of these amazing birds. This site also offers suggestions
on great books.
Here you will learn more about Audubon’s bird conservation work.
We focus on involving people to find solutions to the challenges faced by
birds in the modern world. Why not take part in one of our Citizen Science
activities and help provide information to scientists to support our conservation
work-we have activities to suit people of all levels of experience, expertise,
and available time.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is devoted to the study and protection
of birds. Check out this site to learn more about the Cornell lab and what
they actual do. This site also provides news updates, a bird and sound of
the week, and also examples of different bird vocalizations.
out some amazing 2D and 3D photos of raptors, with great close-up detailed
photos of the raptors' eyes, beaks, claws, feathers, and wings.
Want insights and need to contact a bird expert? Go to this link and learn
what's new! This site has updated information about new discoveries and
projects that the foundation is working on.
This is a great introduction site to begin exploring birds of prey. Check
out a bird of prey fossil record, life history and ecology, and also learn
Explore owls, by comparing and learning about the different locations
of owls all around the world. Learn about what an owl is and how it works.
Even look at some owl artwork and even a photo gallery.
Ever wonder how long a bird can live? Do you know how to find the oldest
bird? Have your questions answered at this site! Look at the longevity records
of different species.
Falconry is an art. It requires long hours, constant devotion, finesse,
subtlety and skill. The falconer must train a bird of prey to fly free,
hunt for a human being, and then accept a return to captivity.
This site includes a fact sheet about wild animals. Click on a location
in a continent and explore wildlife behavior. Look at all the different
owls that come from around the world.
Learn more about our Nation's bird from its description, feathers, and
eyesight, to its migration patterns and feeding habits. There are also great
graphics included in this site.
Check out North American Birds of Prey!
See images of birds from the United Kingdom. You select the type of bird
or animal and then explore the different species from falcons to eagles,
to kites, and owls. Learn about the bird’s social behavior, communication
patterns, and see if these birds are on the endangered species list. Fun
photos and facts included!
Check out this amazing wall of pictures! You can select any category and
start exploring! Select the eagle, buzzard, and hawk category, and see birds
of prey. You can even send a postcard for free with a picture of a bird
This site includes all Birds of Prey in the Western United States. Learn
what to do with an injured bird. Learn how to distinguish the difference
between raptor species.
This site includes information about food supply, breeding, species diversity,
and cultural factors. Learn some keywords that are important when discussing
birds of prey. Some other topics include information about types of habitats
such as marshes, wetlands, and forests.