Iñaki Relanzón - Hunting sunset in the Falklands
The striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) is one of the rarest birds of prey in the world. With only a few thousands, is found in remote islands of south america and in the Falklands, where there is the 80 % of its population. The caracara feeds mainly on penguin and cormorant chicks during summer. And this one is flying to hunt while a rockhopper penguin is standing in front of his nest.
Location: Falkland Islands.