California birds
of prey

California birds of prey | 13 Special Species

1. California Condor

The California Condor is a bird of prey that lives in the mountains of the American West. It is one of the largest flying land birds in North America.

2. peregrine falcon

The peregrine falcon belongs to the Falco genus of birds of prey. It soars at high altitude using its wings in a shallow

3. Swainson's Hawk

The Swainson's Hawk is a medium-sized hawk that breeds in open country across the southern United States and northern Mexico. 

4. Turkey Vulture

The turkey vulture is a large bird of prey that is found in various parts of North America. It is often seen sitting on the ground or soaring in the sky. 

5. California Bald Eagle

The California Bald Eagle is a large bird of prey that lives in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. 

6. Golden Eagles

Golden Eagles are the most powerful birds of prey in North America. They have a wingspan of up to 7 feet and weigh up to 14 pounds.

7. Osprey

The osprey is a bird of prey in the family Accipitridae. These birds are found near water, and some live in coastal regions. 

8. The Ferruginous

The Ferruginous Hawk is a large bird of prey that is native to the western United States. 

9. Red-Tailed Hawk

The red-tailed hawk is a large bird of prey. It has a red tail, brown body, and white head. The red-tailed hawk is the most common hawk in North America.

10. Sharp-Shinned Hawk

The sharp-shinned hawk is the smallest of California's three hawk species.

11. Cooper’s Hawk

Cooper’s Hawk is a medium-sized bird of prey native to the North American continent.

12. White-Tailed Kite

The white-tailed kite is a bird of prey that lives in the southwestern United States and parts of Mexico. 

13. Red-Shouldered Hawk

In North America, the Red-shouldered Hawk is a medium-sized hawk. They can be found from southern Canada to northern Mexico,