Creek Bird Farm
of birds of prey and parakeets"
Birds of Prey
At Golden Creek Bird Farm, we breed many varieties
of Birds of Prey.
Please read more about these birds below:
The Gyrfalcon is the largest falcon in the world. Despite its
size, it maintains a falcon-like profile with a long tail and
long wings. Its wings are broader and more blunt at the tips
than many other falcons.
Hawks and Eagles
Although this is a large and varied family, its members share
many similarities. They are all diurnal hunters and, for the
most part, use their sharp vision to locate prey, which they
capture with strong feet. They vary from medium-sized to
large birds and most have an upright posture and strong,
short, hooked bills.
Sakers The saker falcon has a range of colour, from dark
grey, brown, to almost white. Saker falcons are also thought
to breed with gyrfalcons and form a hybrid. They have been
used as reliable and fast messengers to deliver letters, and
were given as special gifts to khans (kings) and rulers of
other countries, but were most commonly used in hunting.