Birds of prey (also known as raptors), are bird species that hunt in order to feed themselves and their offspring. These natural-born hunters are marked by keen eyesight, strong feet and curved beaks. There are many species of birds that are identified as birds of prey, or raptors. Here are a few of the different types of birds of prey:
These birds are found dwelling in Canada, mountainous areas of the western United States of America (i.e. Alaska) and the northwestern portion of Mexico.
Okay, okay… so maybe just about everyone knows this one already! But, it’s still worth mentioning. A symbol of strength and ferocity, the bald eagle has been associated with Americana, officially, since 1782. The bird of prey was chosen for its majestic appearance and it’s symbolic representation of freedom.
2. Eagles have two centers of focus.
A true bird of prey, the bald eagle is fierce, fantastic — and ferociously focused! They are able to see both forward and to the side, simultaneously. …
To say Roger Federer is a tennis legend would be a pretty harsh understatement. At this point, he has just about solidified his mark as one of the greatest tennis players of his generation. The Swiss pro has certainly made a name for himself! His career is one to admire, with highlights including 103 titles and 20 grand slam wins. Today, Roger Federer is ranked as the 5th greatest singles player in the sport of tennis. But in 2004, Federer was number 1! For many fans, he’ll always be number one in that department — that’s for sure.
Roger Federer’s personally branded RF logo hats have made him stand out on the court. (As if his performance wasn’t a shining beacon already!) But for the past two years, Federer was unable to wear his iconic hats, due to his sponsorship switch from Nike to Uniqlo. Nike maintains the trademark for the RF logo, which prevented him from adorning the hats. …