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Birds | January 2, 2022 11:50 PM | hangbony

Izzi is a juvenile Peregrine falcon! It is not certain that he hunted himself. It is most likely a handover from one of the parents!

Izzi the juvenile Peregrine falcon has recently been observed in the sky, and it is believed that his parents have been teaching him how to hunt. The Peregrine falcon is the fastest animal in the world, with some recorded speeds reaching up to 240 mph. As a juvenile, Izzi is still learning how to hunt, as this skill takes time to master. Izzi is most likely to have received a handover from one of his parents while they were teaching him how to hunt.

A handover is a maneuver that is used by Peregrine falcons when they are teaching their young ones how to hunt. It involves a parent dropping a prey in front of the juvenile in mid-air. This teaches the young falcon how to swoop and catch their prey. The Peregrine falcons usually hunt for small birds such as sparrows and pigeons. They are also known to hunt larger birds such as ducks and geese. The Peregrine falcon is a powerful hunter and is well adapted for this purpose, with its sharp talons and powerful wings.

Izzi is not alone in the sky, however, as Peregrine falcons often form flocks in order to hunt. This is an effective hunting strategy as they can cover a larger area and make more kills.
Izzi is still too young to be able to hunt on his own, but with the help of his parents, he is sure to become a successful hunter in no time. It is heartwarming to witness this beautiful bird’s development and we can only hope that he will be able to join a flock of his own soon.

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