A bird of prey is a bird which hunts smaller birds, as well as small mammals and rodents like mice and chipmunks. Examples include Red-Tailed Hawks and Great Horned Owls.
A general term applied to eagles, hawks, falcons, owls, and to the osprey. Scientists include vultures in this category. Birds of prey are flesh-eaters, usually hunt for their food (although many will eat carrion if it is available), and have talons and hooked beaks adapted for grasping and tearing meat. See RAPTOR.
A bird that feeds chiefly on meat taken by hunting. The term Raptor is often used in place of bird of prey.
any of numerous carnivorous birds that hunt and kill other animals
a bird that hunts its food, especially one that hunts mammals or other birds
a bird with a hooked beak and sharp claws which hunts other animals
a carnivore (meat eater) that kills and eats mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, rodents, and other birds
a bird that hunts other animals for food
Bird of Prey is a British television serial produced by the BBC in 1982.
"Bird of Prey" is the eleventh episode of The Batman's first season. It originally aired in North America on February 12, 2005.