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Most powerful small bird pound to pound
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Which small bird is the best pound to pound fighter?
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The Kestrel on this list....but I would also include
the Merlin, Sharp Shinned Hawk, Short tailed hawk, Screech
Owl & the Western Scrub Jay...there's also a lot of other smaller
hawks & owls that could be mentioned here...











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I think that Kookaburra is most powerful small bird.



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(12-07-2018, 05:54 AM)Forbiddenip Wrote: I think that Kookaburra is most powerful small bird.




Good pick...interesting enough, these birds are considered "tree king fisher's".
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Quote:The Kestrel on this list....but I would also include
the Merlin, Sharp Shinned Hawk, Short tailed hawk, Screech
Owl & the Western Scrub Jay...there's also a lot of other smaller
hawks & owls that could be mentioned here...

True, however, ten birds are the maximum that could be voted for. I like the video of the western scrub jay and am acctually surprise it would attack a kestrel and a rabbit.


The kookaburaa is the only kingfisher that does not catch prey near the waters like others (e.g. common kingfisher does). That is how is became known as the tree kingfisher and it is also the largest of its kind.

I saw an Australian mightly magpie harrassing a kookaburaa years ago only for the latter to turn the tables once they rested on a tree.

I saw an Australian mightly magpie harrassing a kookaburaa years ago only for the latter to turn the tables once they rested on a tree.
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(12-07-2018, 05:54 AM)Forbiddenip Wrote: I think that Kookaburra is most powerful small bird.




They also have great fights!



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The magpie makes a good referee.
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