Alcones color blanco, cafe y negr. No estaban tan altos, median menos de 60cm. volaban muy alto y luego se paraban en la calle.
On our way back up to San Antonio on 755, we stopped at this newly tilled field -- there were SO many caracaras and other birds of prey here! It was really fun to watch. :)
These two put on a show. I'm not sure if this is a pair or if there was a dispute over something. Either way it was fun to watch. Maybe next time I'll get a better photo.
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....