The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) is a bird of prey (raptor) found worldwide, except for rainforests and cold, dry Arctic regions. Also simply known as the peregrine, these birds are large with a blue-grey back, barred white underparts, and a black head. They are known for their quick flight and are actually the fastest bird in the world, travelling at speeds of up to 320 km/h (200 mph).
Falcon, Slaty-backed Forest
Fantail, New Zealand
Finch, Common Diuca
Flycatcher, African Grey
Flycatcher, European Pied
A large gray-brown flycatcher with a pale throat and a pale yellow belly. The tone of the upperparts varies between subspecies and can be warm or cold, but all have dark bills. Savannas, semi-open woodlands, and forest edges are where you’ll find it. The call distinguishes it from other flycatchers: a short “police-officer” whistle “prrrih.”
The social flycatcher is an American passerine bird that belongs to the large tyrant flycatcher family.
The Seychelles fody is a small yellowish songbird native to the Seychelles islands of Cousin, Cousine, and Frégate, and has been introduced to Aride, D’Arros, and, as of 2004, Denis Island.
The crested francolin is a bird species in the Phasianidae family. It is native to southern Africa. Kirk’s francolin is a subspecies of Ortygornis sephaena rovuma that is sometimes considered a separate species.
The frigatebird family Fregatidae includes the lesser frigatebird. It is the smallest frigatebird species, measuring about 75 cm in length. It occurs over tropical and subtropical waters in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, as well as off the coast of Brazil’s Atlantic coast.
The northern fulmar, also known as the fulmar or Arctic fulmar, is a common seabird found primarily in the subarctic regions of the North Atlantic and North Pacific oceans. One confirmed sighting has occurred in the Southern Hemisphere, with a single bird seen south of New Zealand.