Author 'Nicoledesplat' (Id 157286 ) : : 4: Common Caracara du Nord (Polyborus plancus) is part of the family of hawks. It lies mainly in the North American Continent. The male and the female weighs 835gr, 955gr of it for a span between 120/132cm. Their diet is varied according to locality (opportunistic), it consists of carrion, birds, rodents and insects. It is found in pastoral areas open and semi-open, sometimes in wooded areas. The Common Caracara is sedentary. With regard to reproduction, he built a large nest of branches, located high in a palm tree or a cactus in the tangled branches of trees or the ground. The female lays one to 3oeufs for an incubation period ranging from 28 to 32jours. It is common sometimes locally abundant, it is a non-endangered species despite being the victim of poisoning in some pastoral areas.