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Slaty-backed Forest-Falcon

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Micrastur mirandollei Scientific name
Falconiformes Order
Falconidae Family
 41 - 46 cm (Wingspan ) Length
Tropical moist lowland forests, elow 500 m. Range follow link Habitat
 2 - 3 Eggs, incubation  20 - 30 days, fledging  30 - 60 days. Clutch
Lizards, snakes small mammals and birds Food  
3560 - TSN: 175673 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

  Photo by Ian Poxton July 16, 2010  © all rights reserved

Video by  alexanderlees © all rights reserved

Slaty-backed Forest Falcon Roger Ahlman Explornapo Lodge, Napo River, Loreto Peru song XC15046




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