The collective of Wyoming's Birds of Prey spans two orders and six families to include the Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, Osprey, Vultures and Owls. These birds have long talons attached to powerful feet and heavy-duty, hooked beaks: both of these anatomical features are used to hold and rip the flesh of their prey. The group can be generally subdivided into raptors that hunt during the day, owls that hunt at night and the vulture that feeds primarily on carrion.
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