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Animals: Birds of Prey Discuss this eTheme.

These sites are about birds of prey, or raptors. Here you will find information about owls, eagles, hawks, and falcons. There are coloring pages, quizzes, audio recordings, and many pictures. Includes related eThemes resources on owls and raptors for older students.

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See pictures of different kinds of birds of prey on this site. You can click on a bird to find out where they live, what they eat, or listen to recordings of their calls.
See pictures of different kinds of owls on this site. You can click on a bird to find out where they live, what they eat, or listen to recordings of their calls.
Learn about owls and other raptors on this site that has facts, pictures, and games.
Here is an introduction to eagles, owls, and hawks. Includes an eagle puzzle.
This site has lots of facts about raptors and includes activities and quizzes. You can also watch a video of an Idaho Public Television broadcast about birds of prey.
Here is a printable coloring page of an eagle. This is a one-page PDF file.
Here is a printable coloring page of an owl. This is a one-page PDF file.
Here is a printable coloring page of a vulture. This is a one-page PDF file.
Did you know that there are over 500 different species of birds of prey? This site has lots of facts about raptors from all over the world, including kites, ospreys, caracaras from South America, and secretary birds from Africa. Includes quizzes.
These sites have information about various raptors, including Screech Owls, Great Horned Owls, Red-Tailed Hawks, and Bald Eagles. Many sites contain audio and video clips, plus a Webcam. Includes links to eThemes Resources on owl pellets, barn owls, spotted owls, and birds of prey for younger students.
Discover how investigating owl pellets can reveal information about owls, their habitats, eating habits, and their place in the food chain. Learn how to dissect pellets, record findings, and analyze them. Includes online dissection practice, games, puzzles, video and audio files, lesson plans, and other activities. There are links to eThemes resources on barn owls and raptors.
This eThemes Resource has information about barn owls, owl pellets, and the children's book "There's an Owl in the Shower."
These sites have information about spotted owls and their habitat in old-growth forests. Learn about the controversy between environmental groups wanting to protect the owls and the logging industry that wants to protect jobs. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on barn owls.

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