Birds of Florida: A Falcon Field Guide

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We rely on our members for support. You can help us by making a donation today. We're in a race against time — to give birds a fighting chance in a rapidly changing world. Your support will hellp secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss, and other threats. Climate Threatened. Related to the typical falcons, but very different in shape and habits. The Crested Caracara is a strikingly patterned, broad-winged opportunist that often feeds on carrion. Aggressive, it may chase vultures away from road kills. Widespread in the American tropics, it enters our area only near the Mexican border and in Florida.

Feeding Behavior An opportunist, hunting and scavenging in a variety of ways. Eggs , rarely 4. Young Both parents bring food to young in nest. Diet Carrion, small animals.

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Show Your Support. Has declined in parts of U. Some evidence of recent increases in Texas. The distinctive race on Guadalupe Island, Mexico, became extinct in The Roseate Spoonbill is one of 6 species of spoonbills worldwide, the only one found in the New World, and the only spoonbill that has brilliantly colored plumage; the others are chiefly white.

It is also the only spoonbill whose head becomes completely unfeathered and colorful as the bird matures. Relatively little is known about this species. It is essentially a Neotropical bird whose range extends north into the southern United States. The Florida and West Indies population appears disjunct from the South America population because of rarity in the Lesser Antilles, and from remaining populations in the United States and Middle America because of gaps along the U.

Members of this species, especially immatures, occasionally disperse great distances, but seasonal patterns of movement are poorly understood and nothing is known about regional philopatry. The Roseate Spoonbill is generally an uncommon resident in the United States, depending on location and season. Historical records indicate that the U. It was decimated by feather hunters beginning as early as the s, when John James Audubon saw Roseate wings being sold as fans in St.

Augustine, Florida, but disturbance at shared rookeries for the highly prized plumes of egrets probably took the greatest toll on the species Allen, R.

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    Close Allen Breeders persisted in only a few locations in Florida and Louisiana into the s, and the species was virtually extirpated in Texas until the s. Despite eventual population increases throughout its U. The bill snaps shut when it contacts prey, mainly fish and aquatic invertebrates. It is gregarious while feeding, nesting, and roosting. The full behavioral repertoire of the Roseate has yet to be described.

    Much of our general knowledge of the Roseate Spoonbill still comes from R. Allen's monograph Allen, R. Close Allen , especially descriptions of its ecology, molts and plumages, behavior, and history, beginning in the s. Recent studies are more quantitative, focusing on reproductive biology and ecology in Texas and Florida Bay White, D.

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    Mitchell and E. Auk Close White et al. Relationships between hydrologic conditions and quality and quantity of foraging habitat for Roseate Spoonbills and other wading birds in the C Basin.

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