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Species Profile: Caracara (Caracara plancus)

Medium sized but fierce, the bold caracara birds of Patagonia Park are opportunistic and also kleptoparasitic, stealing prey from other birds like Andean condors or Black-chested buzzard eagles. Sized between 40 and 60cm (16 to 24 inches) long, these birds can be identified by the reddish orange naked skin on their cheeks and throat, white […]