Caracaras are present along the Mexican - American Border, from Baja California to Eastern Texas, then south to Panama. There are also isolated populations in Cuba, the Isle of Pines, Louisiana, and in Central Florida
This article is unpublished.
Appears under "Distribution"
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Penny Mcdonald, Cocoa Beach High School
Sara Pancoast, Cocoa Beach High School
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