Top 10 Largest Birds

California Condor:is the largest bird of prey in the Americas. It can weigh as much as 23 pounds and have a nine-and-a-half-foot wingspan.

Harpy Eagle: It is a predator in the rainforests of Central and South America and can be seen flying through the dense trees effortlessly as it hunts possums, snakes, monkeys, and sloths.

Bald Eagle:The national bird of the United States and found throughout much of North America, the bald eagle’s pure white head and neck and white tail and rump are very recognizable. 

Lappet-faced Vulture:This vulture, also called the Nubian vulture is made up of two subspecies. One lives in much of Africa while the other is found in the Middle East.

Cinereous Vulture:Also called the black vulture or monk vulture, this bird can be almost 4 feet long, weigh around 30 pounds, and have a wingspan that’s a little over 10 feet.

Philippine Eagle: Because of this, it has a more slender silhouette than most eagles, but it is one of the biggest raptors at around 37 inches long.

White-tailed Eagle:As the bald eagle is found in America, its close cousin the white-tailed eagle is found largely in Russia and Eurasia. It is a sea eagle that usually lives along bodies of water.

Andean Condor: is about 2 inches shorter than the California condor. The Andean condor can weigh as much as 33 pounds and have a wingspan from 9 to a little over 10 feet.

Lammergeier:This bird of prey is also called the bearded vulture, but it’s more closely related to eagles and hawks. Indeed, its head is fully fathered, even though it does eat carrion.:

Steller’s Sea Eagle:of the northeastern part of Asia has a bright yellow beak yellow talons dark brown feathers with white bands on its wings white feathers over the thigh and legs and a white tail.

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