Eagle and Falcon are birds that made of prey with great hunting skills and incredible eyesight; Falcon dives and attack prey by surprise, while the eagle takes prey without landing and made the flight with them. Falcons and eagles belong to the Class Aves, and Falconiformes Order where they differ is the family they belong; falcons are Falconidae while eagles are the Accipitridae family. Eagles are bigger (with the broad chest) than falcons (a slim body). Eagles are normally heavy and stronger than Falcon. In terms of wings, falcons’ wings are long and pointed while eagles’ wings are broad and rounded.
They also possess different eye color, falcons- black or very dark brown eyes while eagles have a variety of eye colors. The eagles also have long eyebrow which falcons doesn't have. In nature, eagles are aggressive falcons, not character. Falcons make a nest on man-made structures, while eagles make their nests in tall trees and high cliffs. Falcon eggs are Whit having dark brown marks around three or four, While Most eagle species lay two whitish eggs. There are more eagles than a falcon.
Both eagles and falcons are majestic birds, and when they are in flight, it is breathtaking. The most impressive attribute they possess is their strength. Falcons are birds of prey, and they have long feathery wings and a prominent beak. Eagles are larger, and the distinctive bend in their beak allows them to break their prey’s neck swiftly. Eagles are best known for their larger size, as well as their ability to swoop down and snatch up a small animal as a food source.
The eagle is one of the most recognizable birds. Their body and wings are dark brown, and their head and tail are white. Falcons are medium in size, and they have long, pointed wings with gray on their upper and back sides. They also have black and brown bears on the body and blue colored eyes. Their feet have different colors, ranging from green to yellow. They also have a sharp, hooked beak. There are over 30 species of a falcon and over 60 eagle species.