How to use Raptors in a sentence

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  • Only raptors hunt and kill other creatures by using their powerful feet.

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  • Further on up the creek Don spotted two dark raptors from the van which turned out to be Black Hawk.

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  • We went to a kind of valley, where we thought that we could see some raptors.

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  • Between the quota system areas and the free breeding areas raptors would continue to thrive and damage would be down to a minimum.

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  • The last group in the diurnal raptors is the true falcons.

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  • Overhead there will be a constant procession of Eurasian griffons, and other raptors could include Honey Buzzard, Hobby or Peregrine Falcon.

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  • A stop to check some soaring raptors reveals a group of six Andean Condors soaring high above the steep mountainside.

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  • Given fine weather we may get our first views of migrating raptors from here.

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  • A Long-legged Buzzard flew over, and then two distant raptors glided across the valley.

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  • Hopefully those rare raptors will be more active next time around.

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  • To do this raptors have very strong legs and powerful feet with very sharp curved talons.

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  • It is possible to get a high day list of raptors in this area !

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  • Check the cover around the campsite as we saw several warbler species there and keep an eye on the sky for raptors.

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  • These pods hold the battlestar's Raptors and Vipers.

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  • Raptors and Vipers were smaller ships of the fleet used in the Colonial Defense Force.

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  • Raptors were scouting ships that sometimes helped Vipers out when they came up against larger targets.

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  • Feeding different types of foods to captive raptors can vary the non-drinking part of their water intake considerably.

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  • There are 25 species of raptors including lammergeier Gypaetus barbatus and four other vultures (Hillman, 1993 ).

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