Birds of prey

Owls are also included in this section. Birds of Prey (A.K.A. raptors) are flesh-eating birds that are threats to cats and even foxes or beavers. They eat cats (who sometimes eat them as well), and sometimes foxes or beavers (some are known to take down deer and/or wolves). However, foxes eat their chicks when given the chance, and beavers destroy their homes. They include eagles, falcons, hawks, buzzards and owls. They enjoy all of the territories (excluding Antarctica). They are usually red-brown or gray in feather color, with splashes of white or black, and have orange, amber or black eyes. The cats in the Tribe hunt birds of prey.