Birds of Prey

Bird of prey
Birds of prey are also known as raptors. This type of bird hunts and feeds on other animals and, with the exception of chickens and ducks, might be the first birds humans domesticated as hunting partners.
These birds are characterized by keen vision that allows them to detect prey during flight and powerful talons and beaks.


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Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at:

14 thoughts on “Birds of Prey”

  1. Oh, we see these at Dillon. May go out again today. Wish I could get a photo of some for you. We have Eagles out there too. Not like WA state, but they are here.

    Cherie Lebrun 740-297-8537

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    1. We have an owl that often likes to sit on our antenna at night … Remember the blood moon? We had big plans to photograph it up there in front of the moon … the owl didn’t show up that night and clouds did. Very annoying.

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      1. Well, as long as it was trained, I imagine is was an amazing experience. I can’t imagine dealing with a bird that size, since Quark, who is a sun conure, has gotten the best of me more than once.


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