What Is Mexico National Bird?

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Mexico's national bird is the Crested Caracara, which has the meaning 'face-face'. This is because the Caracara physically resembles both eagles and vultures, with a featherless red face, long legs bare from the knees down, black headdress, white neck and cap, and a bill mid-way between eagle and vulture. They are very common of Mexico, being sighted scavenging through the desert for their meals. You can find more information here: http://hubpages.com/hub/No--Our-National-Bird-is-Not-the-Fly
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