How the falcon lives

How the falcon lives



Nature of Falcon Life
Falcons live on the six major continents of the world, and most hawk species live on trees, where they build their nests on the high, and some species of falcons live on the ground, specifically in the grassy areas, such as the Swamp Hawk, and there are other types of falcons living in sloping regions, and the lengths of The Hawks range from 20 to 60 cm, and their females develop from 3-6 spotted eggs.

Falcon Food
Falcons usually benefit people more than they do, but there is some prejudice against them because they may hurt chickens and smaller birds, and generally eat small mammals hawks, insects, and reptiles, and have special methods that enable them to search for their food, but the famous way of hunting is capturing Of the fast during the flight after observing its movement; Once the Falcon is able to prey with its strong claws, it is cut with its strong beak.

General information about Falcons
The Falcons belong to the group of birds of Prey, the falcon of Raptors, [2] and is categorized into one of the four predators, consisting of Falcon, Shaheen, Punishment, and Bazal, and brings the Falcon to the Hawk, the Tiger, the Sabqar, the Hawks, and the continent, and also with a number of nicknames, including: Abu Shoub Abu Amr, Abu Omar, Abu Awan, and Abu puppies, [3] The Hawks are characterized by their immense power; they are very keen and attentive, have a strong and sharp vision, have strong legs, and have bent limbs, large and rounded wings.

Types of Falcons
Falcons are found on three types, as follows: [5] Falcon: Arabs are called every bird fishing in the name of Saqr, except for the punishment and the eagle, and the naming of Alakder, Achilles, WALAGDL. The Kubij: He owns lighter wings and catches his food from the water, but he cannot hunt the deer. Al-Balglm: The people of Sham and Egypt call it, because of the lightness and speed of their wings, a small short-tail bird, and drink water only in cases of necessity.



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