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Pink spatula (Platalea ajaja) inhabits humid areas between the southern United States and South America. It feeds by moving the beak back and forth between mud and shallow waters.

Common Basilisk (Basiliscus basiliscus) Members of this species consume a wide variety of invertebrates, especially insects. Juveniles (up to one year old) have a totally carnivorous diet, while adults include in their diet some seeds, flowers and fruits.

Martinete cabecipinto (Nyctanassa violácea) especially along rivers. He prefers mangroves and gallery forests to sleep. Its nest consists of a solid platform made of sticks, with central depression lined with leaves. It is located in a tree on the water.

Pink spatula (Platalea ajaja) inhabits the humid zones located between the South of the United States and South America. It feeds by moving the beak back and forth between mud and shallow waters.

Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) It is aquatic; is found in rivers and other bodies of water up to 350 m in height. It feeds on waterfowl, fish, and other vertebrates that approach or live in its waters.

Crab Hawk (Buteogallus subtilis) Feed mainly on crabs, and supplement their diet with reptiles and frogs, eggs, juvenile specimens of sea turtles and carrion.

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Pink spatula (Platalea ajaja) inhabits humid areas located between the southern United States and South America. It feeds by moving the beak back and forth between mud and shallow waters.

Fisherman hawk (Pandion haliaetus) Discover fish while flying at heights from 9 to 30 m. and capture them when immersed. It takes its prey on its legs to a perch, commonly a high trunk, and there it is eaten.

Water duck (Phalacrocorax brasilianus) Prefer clear, shallow water at low elevations, such as rivers, saltwater ponds, coastal waters, or mangroves. They perform pronounced seasonal movements related to the change in water level in their habitat.

Green heron (Butorides virescens) They perform some courtship deployments and aggressive interactions such as " pecking "," stretching, "" forward and downward head tilt, "" aooh warning song, "" tail movements up and down, "and" head projection forward, "and copulations (Cebus capucinus) Most births occur in the dry season (December-April) and are reared in intervals of one to two years. The sexual maturity is reached at three or four years (males and females).

Gazelle (Egretta thula) Forage in groups and lead to fish with coordinated movements; then they wave the water and dive to catch their prey.

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White ibis (Eudocimus albus) Sinks its beak into the soft clay and searches by touch molluscs and other invertebrates. They are gregarious; they usually forage and fly in flocks.