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Roadside hawk

Rupornis magnirostris


The Roadside hawk is a bird of prey that can be found throughout Central and South America (from Mexico to Argentina). They are very vocal and make high-pitched squeaks. It is common in its range and, as adapted well to most ecosystems, it can also be found in the cities.

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1 Comment

PieterColpaert 5 years ago

Thank you Emily!

EmilyMarino 5 years ago

Wow! Excellent Spotting!

Spotted by

Municipio Loreto, BNI, Bolivia

Lat: -15.00, Long: -64.76

Spotted on Nov 15, 2013
Submitted on Oct 15, 2014

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