Order: Falconiformes Sharpe, 1874. Family: Falconidae Vigors, 1824.
Subfamilies · Falconinae · Polyborinae. The falcons and caracaras are around 60
species of diurnal birds of prey tha...
There are four families in this order with around 290 species. These are the birds
of prey! They are medium to large-sized and have strong talons; strong, curved ...
Falconiformes are commonly called birds of prey or raptors. They are called
diurnal raptors because they hunt during the day. Owls (Order Strigiformes) are
The order Falconiformes contains three families, around 76 genera and over 300
species. The birds of this order have strong, curved talons, and bills with ...
Noun, 1. order Falconiformes - chiefly diurnal carnivorous birds having hooked
beaks and long talons with opposable hind toe: falcons; hawks; eagles; ospreys;
Birds in the order Falconiformes have strong bills which are hooked at the tip and
sharp on the edges; fleshy ceres (soft skin) at the base of the bills; feet with ...
The order Falconiformes is a medium-sized order containing some of the most
majestic birds(ie. bald eagle) and some of the most repulsive birds (ie. turkey ...
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Noun, 1. Falconiformes - chiefly diurnal carnivorous birds having hooked beaks
and long talons with opposable hind toe: falcons; hawks; eagles; ospreys; ...
plural noun Fal·co·ni·for·mes \(ˌ)falˌkōnəˈfȯr(ˌ)mēz, (ˌ)fȯl-\. Definition of
Falconiformes. : an order of chiefly diurnal flesh-eating birds having short stout ...