Did you know thatů.?
Owls can see just as well during the day as they do at night.
Owls don't use their sight to track prey...they use their hearing.
Owls appear to turn their heads around to see in order to compensate for their "fixed eyes" which cannot rotate left to right in their sockets. They actually just have very flexible necks which rotate 270 degrees - not quite a full circle.
Eagles can fly so high that they have been hit by air planes in mid-flight on occasion.
Raptors can dive more than 150 miles an hour and can have a wing span of more than eight feet and weigh more than 10 pounds.
It's against the law to keep any wild animal that you might find.
Any orphaned wild animal need a special diet and nutrition that can only be provided by a licensed rehab group.
Rehab raptors are exercised by being released into the Sky Hunter flight cage. The birds will fly directly opposite where their caretaker walks. They don't fly towards or follow people; these wild birds fly away from people.
All raptor caretakers protect themselves by wearing thick gloves.