American FalconGrey Falcon
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Hawks - American Birds
At least eight species of hawks exist or have lived on the North American mainland. Peregrine Falcon and Prairie Falcon are indigenous and the most common. Gyrfalcon is located in the north of Canada and Alaska and favours a cooler one.
Aplomado Falcon resides in the states in the southern states where it is being re-introduced and can also be found in Mexico. Crested Kestrel living in Latin America and stretching as far as Mexico, it is also a tramp in the North. An other vagabond is the Red-footed Falcon, whose home markets are Europe and Asia.
Merlin and the American Kestrel also belong to the Falconry and are the smallest members. Hawks are the fastest bird on the mainland with air dive recordings at 200 and some up to 300mt. Once used by hawkers to chase other wildlife for sports.
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Peregrines are the biggest falcon on most of the mainland, with long, pointed leaves and a long tale. Pay attention to the form and also to the dimensions of the main springs, which give the Peregrine an elongated one. Like in most canopies, they are smaller than bitches, so the peregrine falcons can mate with large feminine Merlin or small masculine Gyrfalken.
Grown-ups are blue-grey at the top with latticed bottoms and a black skull with thick chops. In spite of significant age-related and geographical differences, an overall steel-hard, latticed look is retained. Peregrines capture medium-sized bird species in the sky with fast, dramatic diving, the so-called stops. In other places they live mainly on waders and geese. Search for peregrine falcons sitting or settling on sky scrapers, watertowers, rocks, power poles and other high buildings.
When a Wadden Sea full of wadden birds and geese breaks out of the water, you are scanning the sky. There is probably a peregrine falcon (or Merlin) in the area. Peregrine falcons can be seen all over North America, but they are more frequent on the coast.