This beautiful portrait of a brown falcon illustrated in watercolour, standing on the branch of a tree looks striking and majestic. Falcons are also known as the bird of prey as they hunt other animals. They are a consummate hunter of the avian world. Hunting with falcons was once considered a pastime for the Moguls. The tenth noble Sikh guru, named Gobind Singh had a bird of prey with him. With its hooked-tipped beaks and sharply curved talons clawed on the branch, the regal falcon looks as if he is ready to take the flight for its hunt. Birds of prey are proud and dignified, with great courage and fight. It never drops its prey. With the pastel color in the background, the artist is capable of covering his deadly traits. With superfine brushstrokes, the gorgeous mix and details have been added to the composition. The bird of prey possesses razor-sharp eyes and feathers that seem unhinged in flight and fight.
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