Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur

Sitio realizado por aficionados a la observación de aves desde 10 de enero 2006

Southern Caracara - Historic records

Order: - Family: Falconidae

16-05-17 © Ricardo Palonsky
22-04-17 © Victoria Mansilla

In this sequence Victoria and Ricardo tell us about the behaviour of a group of caracaras arguing who would first eat the hunted coypu. We spied on them till one stared at us fiercely. Just in case... The screams previous to the pecking called our attention. In the 2nd photo, two of them fought and one kept the other against the ground. Then the whole group (it seems they have agreed on the feeding order) watched the winner eat and the rest waited for their turn

22-04-17 © Victoria Mansilla

In this sequence Victoria and Ricardo tell us about the behaviour of a group of caracaras arguing who would first eat the hunted coypu. We spied on them till one stared at us fiercely. Just in case... The screams previous to the pecking called our attention. In the 2nd photo, two of them fought and one kept the other against the ground. Then the whole group (it seems they have agreed on the feeding order) watched the winner eat and the rest waited for their turn

22-04-17 © Victoria Mansilla

In this sequence Victoria and Ricardo tell us about the behaviour of a group of caracaras arguing who would first eat the hunted coypu. We spied on them till one stared at us fiercely. Just in case... The screams previous to the pecking called our attention. In the 2nd photo, two of them fought and one kept the other against the ground. Then the whole group (it seems they have agreed on the feeding order) watched the winner eat and the rest waited for their turn

22-04-17 © Victoria Mansilla

In this sequence Victoria and Ricardo tell us about the behaviour of a group of caracaras arguing who would first eat the hunted coypu. We spied on them till one stared at us fiercely. Just in case... The screams previous to the pecking called our attention. In the 2nd photo, two of them fought and one kept the other against the ground. Then the whole group (it seems they have agreed on the feeding order) watched the winner eat and the rest waited for their turn

22-04-17 © Victoria Mansilla

In this sequence Victoria and Ricardo tell us about the behaviour of a group of caracaras arguing who would first eat the hunted coypu. We spied on them till one stared at us fiercely. Just in case... The screams previous to the pecking called our attention. In the 2nd photo, two of them fought and one kept the other against the ground. Then the whole group (it seems they have agreed on the feeding order) watched the winner eat and the rest waited for their turn

22-04-17 © Victoria Mansilla

In this sequence Victoria and Ricardo tell us about the behaviour of a group of caracaras arguing who would first eat the hunted coypu. We spied on them till one stared at us fiercely. Just in case... The screams previous to the pecking called our attention. In the 2nd photo, two of them fought and one kept the other against the ground. Then the whole group (it seems they have agreed on the feeding order) watched the winner eat and the rest waited for their turn

08-04-17 © Elsa y Guillermo Marcaida

Eating somehting which must be a coypu 

04-04-17 © Ricardo Palonsky
01-04-17 © Ricardo Palonsky

Too many caracaras flying over the coast at the Viamonte end, cicling in the sky, chasing, fighting. There were juveniles and adults. We approached the coast to see what was happening but we found nothing. Here eight individuals were above our heads

01-04-17 © Ricardo Palonsky

Too many caracaras flying over the coast at the Viamonte end, cicling in the sky, chasing, fighting. There were juveniles and adults. We approached the coast to see what was happening but we found nothing. Here eight individuals were above our heads

01-04-17 © Ricardo Palonsky

Too many caracaras flying over the coast at the Viamonte end, cicling in the sky, chasing, fighting. There were juveniles and adults. We approached the coast to see what was happening but we found nothing. Here eight individuals were above our heads

25-03-17 © Victoria Mansilla

Only a sample of the number of caracaras which emerge from the Gull Pond

24-02-17 © Ricardo Palonsky

There are too many caracaras mainly in the Gull Pond

24-02-17 © Ricardo Palonsky

There are too many caracaras mainly in the Gull Pond.

02-02-17 © Ricardo Palonsky
26-01-17 © Ricardo Palonsky
07-01-17 © Ricardo Palonsky
13-12-16 © José Alberto Lell
06-12-16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Total: 162

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