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Prairie Falcon 
A large falcon of the arid American West, the Prairie Falcon hunts medium-sized birds and mammals.
Eastern Screech Owl 
The Eastern Screech Owl (Red Phase) is found in nearly every habitat throughout the eastern United States and southern Canada.
Sharp Shinned Hawk  
A small hawk, the Sharp-shinned Hawk is a regular visitor to bird feeders, where it eats birds, not seed.
Bald Eagle Bust 
The Bald Eagle is a bird of prey found in North America that is most recognizable as the national bird and symbol of the United States of America.
Coopers Hawk 
Coopers Hawk
American Kestrel wood carving 
American Kestrel
Bald Eagle Head 
The Bald Eagle is a bird of prey found in North America that is most recognizable as the national bird and symbol of the United States of America.
Saw Whet Owl 
The Northern Saw-whet Owl is a very small, short-bodied, Owl with a relatively short tail. The overly large head has no ear tufts and may appear distorted due to an asymmetrical skull. They look small when perched and tend to shuffle their feet, but in flight appear larger because of their broad wings.
Black Merlin 
Merlin falcons are known to those who are familiar with the species simply as a Merlin, although the Merlin is a small falcon is often referred to as a hawk due to its small statute even though its ancestry is much closer to that of a falcon than a hawk.

Merlin’s are found throughout North America, Asia, and Europe and measure 60-80 cm in length with a wingspan that ranges between 53-69 cm. Female Merlin’s outweigh males in this species due to the fact that they are the major predators of the two genders with females weighing in on average at about 230g and males at 165g.


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