Great Horned Owl

Great horned owls' feathered heads give them the moniker "cat owls." They have a 4.5-foot wingspan and 2-foot bodies. They're 5 pounds.

Snowy Owl

Snowy owls have 5-foot wingspan and 2.5-foot bodies. Some adults weigh just 3 pounds. Snowy owls eat three to five lemmings daily.

Californian Condor

Condors are North America's largest birds. They have 10-foot wingspan, 4.5-foot bodies, and 20 pounds.  The Californian condor feeds on carrion. They'll travel 160 miles for food.

American White Pelican

White pelicans have North America's second-largest wingspan. They have a 9-and-a-half-foot square-cut wingspan, however 12 feet has been reported.

Bald Eagle

U.S. national bird is the bald eagle. Its 8-foot wingspan only beats the Golden Eagle's. This 40-inch, 14-pound bird rules the skies.

Golden Eagle

This is North America's heaviest eagle and Mexico's national bird. The 7.5-foot-long, 15-pound Golden Eagle has a 15-pound wingspan. They're 3 feet long.

 Trumpeter Swan

North America's largest waterfowl is the trumpeter swan. They have 6.5-foot wingspan and 5-foot bodies. Trumpeter swans can weigh 30 pounds but still fly long distances.


Ospreys eat 98% fish. They eat 80+ fish species. They're 6 feet long and 2 feet wide. Ospreys are 4.5-pound birds.

Turkey Vulture

Turkey vultures swoop high in the air. Buzzards are widespread. Their 6-foot wingspan helps them glide fast.

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