Few species (except humans and their introductions) can claim a worldwide distribution, but the osprey (Pandion haliaetus) is one feathered exception. Ospreys are found on every continent except Antarctica, near coastal areas, rivers and lakes: anywhere there is a steady supply of finned fare. Since ospreys feed almost exclusively on fish, they are often referred to as fish hawks or ...
Caleb Regan and Managing Editor | Feb 17, 2009
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