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Does your child enjoy studying different types of birds, and is he awed by the Falcon? Do you want to get him something to further his interest in one of the swiftest birds in the world? If this sounds like your kid, or you simply want to introduce your child to falcons, consider reading our post.
The falcon is a one of the 37 species of Raptors in the Falco genus. It is a bird found all over the world except in Antarctica. Adult falcons have dark blue-gray wings with black undersides. Its white face has black stripes on each cheek, and it has long and pointed wings. There are eight types of falcons found in North America. Let’s teach your child about the beauty of the birds through our falcon coloring pages here.
10 Top Falcon Coloring Pages:
1. Aggressive Falcon:Sponsored
This Falcon looks aggressive and intimating. We think that he is about to attack its prey. Falcons are formidable hunters. They can dive at over 100 miles to kill their prey. They strike at high speed and even knuckle the prey to stun it. Falcons are also the swiftest bird in Northern America. They can fly at 150 miles per hour and as high as 300 miles per hour.
2. Prairie Falcon:
The falcon coloring page features a Prairie bird resting on a tree branch. A Prairie falcon is a medium-sized falcon found in western America. It hunts on medium sized mammals and birds. The Prairie falcon is a pale brown falcon with a white chest. It has long, pointed wings and a dark mustache mark on the face.
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Here’s a coloring page of a gyrfalcon standing upright in its area. A gyrfalcon is the largest species of falcon. It lives in the northern regions of Alaska and Canada. Gyrfalcons prefer living in colder climate conditions. The plumage of gyrfalcon varies according to the location. The bird can be all white to brown in color, depending on the location.
4. Aplomado Falcon:
The majestic Aplomado Falcon is soaring in the sky. Color him before he flies away. The Aplomado Falcon resides in the southern states and Mexico. It is a medium-sized, long-tailed Falcon with blue-gray plumage. Aplomado Falcon has a breathtakingly fast flight. It can fly at a speed of 200 mph.
5. Collared-forest Falcon:
Here is a realistic collared-forest falcon coloring sheet. The collared-forest Falcon is another common species of falcon. It lives in South America, extending into Mexico. The falcon prefers staying in lowland forest, but it can thrive in the riparian and semi-deciduous forests too. The Collared-forest falcon feeds on small animals and birds.
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6. Red-footed Falcon:
The red-footed falcon is native to Asia and Europe. It is a medium-sized falcon with blue-gray plumage. Unfortunately, the population of the red-footed falcon is dwindling rapidly due to hunting and habitat loss. The falcon coloring page is lacking some details. Can your child make a backdrop for the image?
7. Falcon Superhero:
Here’s a coloring image of Falcon, the superhero. Falcon is a superhero from the Marvel comics. He possesses the ability to communicate with all kinds of birds, including his pet falcon Redwing. He can also receive the mental images of what the other birds see. Falcon is one of the members of Avengers too.
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8. American Kestrel:
This falcon coloring pictures shows an American kestrel standing on its master’s arm. The American Kestrel is one of the smallest members of the falcon family but packs a fierce intensity in its tiny body. The American Kestrel is the most colorful of all the Falcons. It has a slate blue head and rusty black and red tail. It hunts for its prey in open territory.
Peregrine falcons are the most widespread falcons in the world. Their name comes from the Latin word pereginus, which means ‘traveler’. Peregrine falcons are about the weight and size of a crow. Another unique feature of peregrine is its extraordinary stooping ability. But the peregrine falcons are on the verge of extinction because of excessive use of DDE pesticide.
10. Merlin Falcon:
This falcon coloring sheet shows a Merlin falcon diving to catch the prey. The Merlin falcon is a rare species of falcon. It breeds in Holarctic in the summer and migrates to subtropical and tropical regions in winter. Merlin Falcon is a small and fierce falcon that launches surprise attacks to bring down the shorebirds and songbirds.
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So these were our ten most favorite coloring pages of falcons. Which of these did your kid enjoyed coloring the most? Tell us by commenting below.
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