Since 1952, there have been no sightings of wild Aplomado Falcons breeding pairs, and they are the last falcon still currently on the list of Endangered Species in the United States. Only recently, in the 1990s, have reintroduction efforts helped create a new breeding population in southern Texas. These birds have a smaller wingspan of 2.5 to 3 feet and prey mostly on birds, but also bats and insects. Pairs or family groups will often hunt together to push prey out of hiding places as well as steal prey from other raptors by harassing them until they drop it.
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