top 10 strongest birds
Eurasian Eagle-Owl:is native to Eurasia. Europeans often refer to this bird of prey as the Uhu. Female Eurasian eagle-owls are larger than the males, growing up to 30 inches tall.
Bald Eagle: are among the largest, most powerful raptors in North America. These birds are impressively large, with a massive wingspan of up to eight feet, and they don’t just look strong.
Gyrfalcon: That number might seem significantly less than what some of the other birds on this list can lift, but that’s quite a lot compared to the gyrfalcon’s own weight.
Red-tailed Hawk: is a large bird of prey found throughout North and South America. It’s one of the largest hawks on Earth! Red-tailed hawks weigh up to 3.5 lbs with a wingspan of up to 4.5 feet.
Philippine Eagle:are also among the strongest birds in the world. As with most eagles, they can lift an average of nearly 6 lbs or more.
Steller’s Sea Eagle: is a massive bird and one of the largest sea eagles in the world. This eagle typically outweighs the harpy eagle by at least a pound.
Harpy Eagle: are apex predators (at the top of the food chain), with a recorded lift capacity of up to 18 kg (40 lbs). Females are generally larger and more powerful than males.
White-tailed Eagle:is also native to Eurasia and is the largest European eagle breed. Similar to the bald eagle, this bird of prey lifts weight up to around 8 lbs.
Great Horned Owl: are among the strongest owls on Earth. They live throughout North and South America, hunting for small mammals such as rabbits and rodents.
Golden Eagle: are plentiful across the Northern Hemisphere and are powerful birds in the eagle family. These birds can lift as much as bald eagles and sometimes even more – up to 10 lbs!