|Appears in:||The Capture, The Siege, The War of the Ember, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'hoole (video game)|
|The above illustration is not of Streak, but it was painted by Richard Cowdrey, the illustrator of Guardians of Ga'hoole.|
"You have my eternal gratitude, friends."
- Streak after being rescued by Shard and Parzival from the bats, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'hoole (video game)Streak is a male bald eagle, a free flyer and the mate of Zan. He is also Mist's guardian. In the video game, he was a Wedge-tailed Eagle and one of Shard's wingmen.
After the Band is exiled from the great tree, the eagles report rumors from Gwyndor about something being planned for Balefire Night.
In the final battle against the Pure Ones, Streak and Zan led the unit armed with ice shields against the enemy.
Streak appears in the video game, helping alongside the player. In the game, Streak was captured by a group of bats at the desert of Kuneer. Two owls, Shard and Parzival, freed Streak, who in gratitude, helped fight the remaining bats and destroyed their posts and hideouts together. In the plot of WII/xbox and Playstation versions of the video game, Streak follows Shard as a wingman while in the DS version he stays in the desert of Kuneer to watch for more bats and Pure Ones.
- In the Wolves of the Beyond, Star Wolf, Eelon mentions Zan and Streak, but Streak is known as Elver. pg 157 Star Wolf
- In the game, which takes place in Australia, Streak in portrayed as a wedge-tailed eagle, as bald eagles don't live in Australia. However, although highly unlikely, he resembles a Lesser Spotted Eagle, so he may be that.
- In the German edition of the books, he's named Blitz.