Condors are America's largest birds. 4.5ft wingspan, 10lb bodies. Southern California, Arizona, and Utah have condors. Condors eat meat. For food, 160 miles.

Californian Condor

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.

American White Pelican

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.

Bald Eagle

From Mexico to Alaska, golden eagles live. Asia, Northern Africa, and Europe have golden eagles. They may exceed 150 mph chasing prey.

Golden Eagle

Trumpeter swans are North America's largest waterfowl. 6.5-foot wingspan, 5-foot bodies. 30 pound trumpeter swans can fly far.

Trumpeter Swan

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 vultures swoop high in the air. Buzzards are widespread. Their 6-foot wingspan helps them glide fast. They're 2 feet long and 3 pounds.

Turkey Vulture

Great grey owls are 3 feet long and 5 feet tall. Despite their height, they're 4 pounds. Great Gray Owls hunt in pine and fir forests with meadows.

Great Gray Owl

North America's biggest hawk. Ferruginous hawks are 5' long and 2' wide. 5 lbs. Ground squirrels, snakes, and rabbits are hunted in the West. 150 mph.

Ferruginous Hawk

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