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NAME: Highland Guan
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Penelopina nigra
RANGE: Found in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua.
CHARACTERISTICS:
-    They like to live in tropical, subtropical moist rainforests.
-    They are a solitary species even though they can be seen with its mate or family group.
-    Males have a black and shiny plumage while females are brown with black stripes like wings.
-    They are vulnerable to become endangered.

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NAME: Crested Guan
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Penelopina purpurascens
RANGE: Ranges from the Yucatan Peninsula to the south of Mexico all the way to the costal regions of Ecuador Colombia and Venezuela.
CHARACTERISTICS:
-    They are and arboreal forest species.
-    Generally seen in pairs or groups of up to 12 individuals.
-    They feed on fruit, seeds, leaves and insects.
-    They are mostly active during sunrise and sunset time.

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NAME: Northern Caracara
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Caracara cheriway
RANGE: Found in Cuba, south of the United States, Mexico, Central America and South America (Peru and North of Brazil) and the Caribbean.
CHARACTERISTICS:
-    They prefer open areas, savannas, grasslands, cultivated areas, chaparral, beaches and evergreen deciduous forests.
-    They are birds of prey.
-    They are omnivorous scavenger, favoring flesh, but will also eat small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, fish, crabs, insects, earthworms and birds.
-    They will also steal food from other birds.

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NAME: Great Curassow
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Crax Rubra
RANGE: From eastern Mexico throughout Central America, to western Colombia and northwest Ecuador.
CHARACTERISTICS:
-    They favor rainforests.
-    Their diet consists mainly of fruits, figs and arthropods.
-    The male is black with a curly crest, a white belly, and a yellow knob on its bill.
-    They are a monogamous species.
-    Due to ongoing habitat loss and overhunting in some areas, the Great Curassow is evaluated as a threatened species.

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NAME: White-Bellied Chachalaca
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Ortalis leucogastra
RANGE:  Found in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua.
CHARACTERISTICS:
-     They live in subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and heavily degraded former forest.

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