Guaraguaco común, Hilt et all (Spanish edition) p. 138
I think it's a Crested Caracara.
Observed during Pronatura trip to Las Barrancas (S of Veracruz City)
Dinner Island Ranch Wildlife Management Area, southern Hendry County, Southwest of Clewiston, Florida and Lake Okeechobee: This is a great area to see Florida wildlife.
The "ranch" has a dirt road that is roughly 16 miles round, with many smaller side "roads".
We saw many creatures including a Crested Caracara.
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The Northern Crested Caracara, Northern Caracara, or Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway) as it is properly known where it lives in the Americas, is a bird of prey in the family Falconidae. It was formerly considered conspecific with the Southern Caracara (C. plancus) and the extinct Guadalupe Caracara (C. lutosa) as the "Crested Caracara". It has also been known as the Audubon's Caracara. As with its relatives, the Northern Caracara was formerly placed in the genus Polyborus....