A south US bird of a number of types and genera resembling both eagles in addition to vultures The caracaras become scavengers and they are also known as carrion buzzards
- some of different long-legged carrion-eating hawks of South America and Central America
- a-south US bird of several types and genera, resembling the eagles therefore the vultures. The caracaras become scavengers, and they are also known as carrion buzzards.
In a narrow strip along the Gulf there are some Mexican or tropical birds, notably the caracara and two varieties of grackle (Megaquiscalus).