Ever Wonder: How Do Falcons Hunt?

Diving in at 200 mph, peregrine falcons keep their prey in sight by processing visual information with great speed, says Tufts wildlife veterinarian
Peregrine falcons target birds flying in flocks below them, often knocking their prey out of the air, says Maureen Murray, V03, who cares for injured wildlife at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts. Video: Steffan Hacker
January 15, 2016

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The Tufts Now video series Ever Wonder features faculty and other experts answering questions about which we all might have wondered—everything from why we have cravings to how pollution affects us.

You can view the entire series at http://everwonder.tufts.edu, and submit your own questions there, too.

Steffan Hacker can be reached at steffan.hacker@tufts.edu.