Osprey (Male)

By 321Aerobird
10/29/2022 - 03:00:55

Type: Creature
Rating: 6 (Good)
Tags: 321aerobird, adult, ave, beak, bird, brown, custom, distinct, fish, gray, grey, magestic, male, osprey, prey, r13426, realistic, request, sharp, talons, white


SCIENTIFIC NAME: Pandion haliaetus
DISTRIBUTION: Has a wide range and can be present in six continents (well Antarctica is left out)
DIET: Mostly fish, rarely have small mammals, snakes, frogs, birds, salamanders, conchs and crustaceans.
INFO: The Osprey is a unique bird that is the only one alive in the Pandionidae Family. This bird hunts fish from the air and has good eyesight to spot its prey. The Osprey sometimes submerges itself in the water to get is prey. It eats the prey on a perch. The bird at first glance doesn?t exhibit sexual dimorphism, but like most birds of prey, the female is larger than the male. The male has a light chest band and the female almost doesn?t lack it. The bird has a dark brown back, top of the wings and mask on the face. White is present on the head, neck, chest, belly, near the tail, underneath the wings and some bands on the tail. Juveniles have some buffy colors on some areas of the bird and streaked feathers on the head.
BREEDING: Will breed by freshwater. Males and females usually mate for life. A tall structure will be chosen to make the nest. The female will lay 2-4 eggs and incubate them. The male will feed the female and the chicks. Later on, when the chicks are old enough both parents will go out to find food. When there is a lack of food the possibility of the chicks dying may occur. The oldest and strongest chicks will survive.
SOUNDS: CALLS-high pitched ?cheep-cheep? yewk-ywek?. If disturbed a ?cheereek? can be given.
NOTES: I have seen this bird a few times.
SOURCE(S): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osprey
SUGGESTED/REQUESTED by R13426. Enjoy the bird of prey (Osprey)!
ATTENTION: You may use this creation, but please only keep 321Aerobird in the tags to give credit.


DNA points
38 Bones2 Feet0 Hands
Diet: Omnivore
Health: +3
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By R13426

I used to see these all the time when we visited the area around Rocky Mountain National Park :) this is an excellent likeness and brings back memories


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