Origin of caracara
Examples from the Web for caracara
The flight of the caracara is heavy and slow, and it is generally an inactive, tame, and cowardly bird.
The caracara takes little notice, except by bobbing its head.
The Caracara lays two eggs; the nest is generally placed on the ground among brushwood.
The Caracara will craftily follow the sportsman, and steal away game that is not quickly bagged.
They are usually known in localities where they are found, as Caracara Eagles.Bird Guide|Chester A. Reed