The Osprey is a specie of bird that is native to all continents besides Antartica. 


The Osprey weighs about 2-4.6 lbs, its length is 20–26 inches, and its wingspan is 50-71 inches. The upperparts are a deep, glossy brown, while the breast is white and sometimes streaked with brown, and the underparts are pure white. The head is white with a dark mask across the  eyes, reaching to the sides of the neck. The irises of the eyes are golden to brown, and the transparent nictitating membrane is pale blue. The bill is black, with a blue cere, and the feet are white with black talons. A short tail and long, narrow wings with four long, finger-like feathers, and a shorter fifth, give it a very distinctive appearance.