The Aerial Foodpass
A method used by Birds of Prey to teach their young the vital skills of hunting on the wing.
This composite image gives the viewer an idea of what an Aerial Foodpass looks like out in the wild.
Left to Right: The adult female New Zealand falcon (mum) flies in with food in her talons. As she approaches the nest site she starts vocalising to try and get the attention of the juvenile/s; hearing the sound of mum, one of her juvenile sons spots her and flies up to her. Mum keeps flying, son in tow and at an opportune time she drops the food. As the food free falls through the sky, the juvenile swoops in, snatches the food mid-flight and flies off.
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