Birds of Prey Line Art & Full Color Illustration

Highly detailed birds of prey fine art prints made from original pen and ink drawings

illustrations of birds of prey

Accurate drawings of hawks, eagles, owls, falcons, condors and other birds of prey. Included in the gallery are the American Bald Eagle, Barn Owl, Cooper's Hawk, Osprey, Golden Eagle, Prairie Falcon, Turkey Vulture and White-tailed Kite. All illustrations are hand drawn and expertly rendered. Most illustrations are available in both line art and full color. High quality prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery. If you do not see the bird of prey you're looking for please contact the artist to make a suggestion.Custom illustrations of specific birds can be ordered as well.  For more information and pricing please call 1 (800) 913-7906 or send an to the artist.

Most drawings shown are available in both B&W line art version sand color.The wildlife drawings are also available for stock art illustration.

African Crowned Eagle fine art illustration
African Crowned Eagle Art Illustration
African Fish Eagle fine art illustration
African Fish Eagle Art Illustration
American Bald Eagle fine art illustration
American Bald Eagle Art Illustration
American Kestrel illustration
American Kestrel Art Illustration
fine art illustration of an Andean Condor
Andean Condor Art Illustration
Aplomado Falcon fine art illustration
Aplomado Falcon Art Illustration
Barn Owl fine art illustration
Barn Owl Art Illustration
barred owl fine art illustration
Barred Owl Art Illustration
Bat Falcon fine art illustration
Bat Falcon Art Illustration
Bateleur Eagle fine art illustration
Bateleur Eagle Art Illustration
bearded vulture fine art illustration
Bearded Vulture Art Illustration
black Falcon fine art illustration
Black Falcon Art Illustration
black vulture fine art illustration
Black Vulture Art Illustration
boreal owl fine art illustration
Boreal Owl Art Illustration
Brown Wood Owl pen and ink illustration
Brown Wood Art Illustration
Burrowing Owl fine art illustration
Burrowing Owl Art Illustration
fine art illustration of a California Condor
California Condor Art Illustration
common black hawk fine art illustration
Common Black Hawk Art Illustration
cooper's hawk fine art illustration
Cooper's Hawk Art Illustration
crested caracara illustration
Crested Caracara Art Illustration
Eastern Imperial Eagle fine art illustration
Eastern Imperial Eagle Art Illustration
Eastern Screech Owl fine art illustration
Eastern Screech Owl Art Illustration
Egpytian Vulture fine art illustration
Egyptian Vulture Art Illustration
Eurasian Eagle Owl fine art illustration
Eurasian Eagle Owl Art Illustration
ferruginous hawk fine art illustration
Ferruginous Hawk Art Illustration
Golden Eagle fine art illustration
Golden Eagle Art Illustration
gray hawk fine art illustration
Gray Hawk Art Illustration
Great Gray Owl fine art illustration
Great Gray Owl Art Illustration
Great-Horned Owl fine art illustration
Great Horned Owl Art Illustration
Greater Spotted Eagle fine art illustration
Greater Spotted Eagle Art Illustration
Grey-Headed Fish Eagle fine art illustration
Grey-Headed Fish Eagle Art Illustration
Griffon vulture fine art illustration
Griffon Vulture Art Illustration
Gyrfalcon fine art illustration
Gyrfalcon Art Illustration
harris hawk fine art illustration
Harris Hawk Art Illustration
Harpy Eagle fine art illustration
Harpy Eagle Art Illustration
Javan Hawk Eagle fine art illustration
Javan Hawk Eagle Art Illustration
king vulture line art illustration
King Vulture Art Illustration
Long-Eared Owl fine art illustration
Long-Eared Owl Art Illustration
merlin fine art illustration
Merlin Art Illustration
Northern Gosawk fine art illustration
Northern Gosawk Art Illustration
Northern Saw-Whet Owl fine art illustration
Northern Saw-Whet Owl Art Illustration
Northern Spotted Owl fine art illustration
Northern Spotted Owl Art Illustration
Oriental Bay Owl fine art illustration
Oriental Bay Owl Art Illustration
osprey fine art illustration
Osprey Art Illustration
Peregrine Falcon fine art illustration
Peregrine Falcon Art Illustration
Philippine Eagle fine art illustration
Philippine Eagle Art Illustration
Prairie Falcon fine art illustration
Prairie Falcon Art Illustration
Pygmy Falcon fine art illustration
Pygmy Falcon Art Illustration
Red-Footed Falcon fine art illustration
Red-Footed Falcon Art Illustration
red-shouldered hawk fine art illustration
Red-Shouldered Hawk Art Illustration
red-tailed hawk fine art illustration
Red-Tailed Hawk Art Illustration
Roadside Hawk line art illustration
Roadside Hawk Art Illustration
rough-legged hawk fine art illustration
Rough-Legged Hawk Art Illustration
Short-Eared Owl fine art illustration
Short-Eared Owl Art Illustration
snail kite line art illustration
Snail Kite Art Illustration
Snowy Owl fine art illustration
Snowy Owl Art Illustration
steller's sea eagle fine art illustration
Steller's Sea Eagle Art Illustration
swainson's hawk illustration
Swainson's Hawk Art Illustration
swallow-tailed kite line art illustration
Swallow-Tailed Kite Art Illustration
turkey vulture line art illustration
Turkey Vulture Art Illustration
Western Screech Owl fine art illustration
Western Screech Owl Art Illustration
white-backed vulture line art illustration
White-Backed Vulture Art Illustration
white-tailed hawk line art illustration
White-Tailed Hawk Art Illustration
white-tailed kite line art illustration
White-Tailed Kite Art Illustration
Zone-Tailed Hawk line art illustration
Zone-Tailed Hawk Art Illustration

Artist's notes:

birds of prey fine art illustrations

I have long been fascinated by owls, eagles, falcons, and other birds of prey. Without a doubt they're one of my favorite subjects. I often see hawks in the skies above my adopted home of the Bay Area. In fact, one of the oddest memories I have is of an immature red-tailed hawk that had killed a pigeon,and was eating in right outside of the Spear Tower in the Financial District.I was lucky enough to see it, and watch it as it casually plucked the meat off the bones of the dead bird, occasionally looking up at the crowd that had gathered to watch the unusual spectacle. When illustrating birds of prey, as with any other bird, it is essential to get the feathers to lay correctly on the body. Understanding how they attach to the wing and the body is critical because if its done wrong the drawing will not successful.I enjoy adding new birds to this gallery every few weeks - but if you'd like to make a suggestions please send me an email!

Information about Birds of Prey:

Birds of Prey - also called raptors - are generally considered to be any bird that that hunts for vertebrates and other birds, doing so primarily while in flight. There are about 500 species that fit it this category living on the planet today. These types of birds tend to have very powerful talons, useful for catching prey and holding on to it, and large powerful beaks which are used to rip and tear the meat from animal bones. Raptors tend to have very keen eyesight and wings that are shaped to allow ease of gliding, soaring and in some cases hovering. Except for owls, all birds of prey are able to store food and regurgitate it later, usually to feed offspring. While several families of birds may be predatory or semi-predatory, only the following are considered true birds of prey: eagles, osprey, kites, kestrels, buzzards, hawks, harriers, vultures, falcons and owls. Birds of prey vary greatly in size; the smallest is the Elf Owl, which is only about 5 inches long, whereas the Andean Condor is the largest with an impressive 11 foot wingspan. For more information and learn how you can help these birds please visit The Center for Birds of Prey website.

High res digital versions of these images may be purchased and downloaded. The artwork may also be licensed for commercial use such as advertising, packaging, displays and other printed materials. Please review the license agreement.