Below are some free bird coloring pages of Birds of Prey. If you follow the links at the bottom of the page, they will take you to other types of birds.
Order: Falconiformes - Diurnal (active during the day) Birds of Prey (Accipiters, Buteos, Eagles, Falcons) and Vultures
Click on each species for free bird coloring pages:
Strong bill - fleshy cere (soft skin) at base, hooked at tip & sharp on edges
Feet with sharp curved talons - opposable hind toe
Strong fliers as a rule
Relatively small clutches of eggs
Live almost entirely on meat; some are carrion feeders
Order: Strigiformes - Nocturnal* Birds of Prey (Owls)*active at night
Large, rounded head
Large, forward-directed eyes set in feathered disks, excellent night vision
Large External ear-openings with flaps
Short, powerful, hooked beak
Strong feet, sharp talons
Soft, fluffy plumage allows silent flight (leading primaries have serrated edge to decrease sound see pic
Also, here are an assortment of very good bird coloring pages:
Bird Coloring Pages - Main page with free bird coloring book
Bird Coloring Pictures - Gallinaceous Birds (Pheasants, Grouse, Peacock)
Printable Bird Coloring Pages - Songbirds
Bird Coloring Page - Waterfowl, Seabirds, Wading Birds
Tweety Bird Coloring Pages - Everyone's favorite yellow canary
Bird Coloring Books - Professional, Artist-Illustrated
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