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A (juvenile) Striated Caracara

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These birds eat carrion, eggs and the chicks of other birds. But the
juveniles really like to hang around people, apparently out of
curiosity. In the Falklands they're known as "Johnny Rooks".

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Dhamaka says:

very jaunty

17th May 2007, 18:14

Geodyne says:

Fabulous shot. He had his eye on you, for sure!

17th May 2007, 18:42

michaelpj says:

Yeah, he was no more than a few centimetres from the camera. And I had just eaten my lunch...

17th May 2007, 19:04

frog51 says:

I always liked the way they fly along the seafront at Port Stanley.

18th May 2007, 15:31

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