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Notes about food consumption strategies of the Crane hawk: (Geranospiza caerulescens) (aves, accipitridae) on Cane toad: Rhinella marina


The Crane Hawk: Geranospiza caerulescens is one of the most common raptors in forests and open lands across Central and South America. Little is known about its eating habits, even less about the type of consumption strategy the bird applies to its prey. Based on a film recording, the text describes how a Crane Hawk individual predates a Cane Toad; Rhinella marina in a lowland savanna of the municipality of Puerto Salgar, Cundinamarca,


Colombia, feeding habits, raptors, predation, amphibia