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What kind of birds? #7707178 01/03/20 11:10 PM
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These unknown birds(hawk or falcon of some sort?) Have been running the buzzards off of our dead coyotes. Anyone know what they are? [Linked Image]
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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707181 01/03/20 11:14 PM
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cara cara

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Google Caracara or Mexican Eagle and see if that is what you have. flag


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: falmike] #7707185 01/03/20 11:15 PM
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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: stxranchman] #7707186 01/03/20 11:18 PM
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they are all over our south texas deer lease -


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707189 01/03/20 11:21 PM
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Yep. Caracara. Never seen them before. We are in Navarro county.


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707197 01/03/20 11:27 PM
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You will wish you never had them.

Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707240 01/04/20 12:02 AM
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They call them a Mexican eagle but they are really colorful buzzards.
They are moving farther north every year. We have seen a few here in Shackelford County the last two years.

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Originally Posted by Beagledad
Google Caracara or Mexican Eagle and see if that is what you have. flag


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Originally Posted by huntwest
They call them a Mexican eagle but they are really colorful buzzards.
They are moving farther north every year. We have seen a few here in Shackelford County the last two years.


Not uncommon in Freestone county..


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707256 01/04/20 12:22 AM
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Hunt and Fannin county has them

Re: What kind of birds? [Re: don k] #7707503 01/04/20 04:11 AM
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Originally Posted by don k
You will wish you never had them.


Why? We got lots of them and they don’t appear to be interested in anything other than dead animals. What am l missing?

Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707614 01/04/20 11:53 AM
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I heard they were Quail eating machines.


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They follow me around when I am shredding fields and pick up the dead snakes, mice etc... even seen them eat grasshoppers.


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7707638 01/04/20 12:33 PM
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They are bad on young goats and sheep

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Originally Posted by don k
You will wish you never had them.


He’s right


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7712331 01/09/20 03:53 AM
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They are everywhere in Duval County.

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They are in Johnson and Hood counties now also.

Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7712690 01/09/20 04:17 PM
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I hate them things
They hunted me once down in Laredo once, very aggressive birds.


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Re: What kind of birds? [Re: unclebubba] #7712709 01/09/20 04:40 PM
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Saw a pair in our neighborhood in Forney. Told the wife to not let her little frew-frew dog out for a while.

I didn't realize they were this far north in Texas.

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I saw 2 in Collin County this week eating a road kill


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Saw a pair for the first time last week on the farm in Van Zandt county.


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