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Juvenile with typical pale skin in face. Striated Caracara or Johnny Rook, protected Featured Striated Caracara Print

Juvenile with typical pale skin in face. Striated Caracara or Johnny Rook, protected

Juvenile with typical pale skin in face. Striated Caracara or Johnny Rook, protected, endemic to the Falkland Islands

© Martin Zwick / Danita Delimont

Antarctica, Beak, British Overseas Territory, Curious, Danita Delimont, Eye, Face, Falcon, Falconidae, Falkland Island, Johnny Rook, Malvinas, Martin Zwick, Phalcoboenus Australis, Playful, Portrait, Scavenger, Sea Lion Island, South Atlantic, Striated Caracara

Striated caracaras (Phalcoboenus australis) Featured Striated Caracara Print

Striated caracaras (Phalcoboenus australis)

Striated caracaras (Phalcoboenus australis) pair of adults playing with dry seaweed. They have excellent colour vision and often steal objects that are red, the colour of meat. Falkland Islands, South Atlantic

© Copyright BIOS PHOTO/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Alga, Algae, Animal, Aves, Beach, Bird, Bird Of Prey, Cara Cara, Caracaras, Carnivore, Diurnal, Endangered Species, Falcon, Falconidae, Falconiformes, Fauna, Fearless, Intelligent, Johnny Rook, Near Threatened, Phalcoboenus, Predator, Raptor, Red, Red Items, Red Objects, Scavenger, Steals, Subantarctic Climate, Toying, Unafraid, Wildlife

Striated caracara Featured Striated Caracara Print

Striated caracara

Striated caracara. Head of a striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis). This bird is found in the Falkland Islands, neighbouring islands and part of Chile. It inhabits grassland and coastal regions. This bird, which can grow up to 60 centimetres in length, is a scavenger, mostly feeding on carrion, but also preying on small invertebrates

© DAVID AUBREY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY