This order includes diurnal raptors such as eagles, vultures, buzzards, hawks and the secretary bird. In the past, they were included in the order Falconiformes with falcons, hawks and caracas. These birds have a hooked, pronounced beak and clawed legs, suitable for catching their prey which they spot with their excellent eyesight. Their wings are adapted for gliding, which they do in search of food. Some species have a scavenger-like diet.