Lanner Falcon – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lanner Falcon (Falco biarmicus [2]) is a large bird of prey that breeds in Africa, southeast Europe and just into Asia. It is mainly resident, but some birds disperse more widely after the breeding season. It is a large falcon, at 43-50cm length with a wingspan of 95-105cm. European Lanner Falcons (Falco biarmicus feldeggi, also called Feldegg’s Falcon) have slate grey or brown-grey upperparts; most African subspecies are a paler blue grey above.

Falco biarmicus
Location captive at Eagle Heights Bird of Prey Centre near Eynsford in … Tree of Life Web Project. 2008. Falco biarmicus. Lanner Falcon.

Faucon lanier, Falco biarmicus on Flickr – Photo Sharing!
Faucon lanier, Falco biarmicus . Donjon des Aigles Located in a XIe century castle overlooking the Gave de Pau valley, this bird center hosts more than 45 species of birds of prey …

ADW: Falco biarmicus: Information
Their main food sources are smaller birds, especially quails and columbids. Falco biarmicus also feeds on lizards, rodents, and bats, as well as spiders and scorpions in desert areas

CalPhotos: Falco biarmicus
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CalPhotos: Falco biarmicus; Lanner Falcon
CalPhotos Falco biarmicus; Lanner Falcon (detail page) – Polish Birds – Polish Birds Directory – Lanner Falcon …
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Lanner Falcon (Falco biarmicus)
For the purposes of our bird news services, Lanner Falcon is classed as Common: common species, including species that are certain or probable escapees from captivity when …

ITIS Standard Report Page: Falco biarmicus
… vertebrado, vertebrates, vertébrés : Class: Aves — Birds, oiseaux … D. Notes: PO Box 1999 Walla Walla, Washington 99362-0999 : Reference for: Falco biarmicus

Lanner Falcon – Falco Biarmicus
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