RAPTORS of The World

Raptors are carnivorous. They hunt by sight during the day, are long lived, and have low reproductive rates. The catch their prey via strong claws – three pointing forward and one pointing backward. The raptors that hunt by day are: hawks, eagle, buzzards, harriers, kites, vultures, falcons, caracaras. Owls hunt by night. Raptors are also called birds of prey.



Hawks

Order Accipitriformes    Family Accipitridae


The order Accipitriformes contains the diurnal (active during the day) birds of prey: hawks, goshawks, eagles, kites, vultures, ospreys, secretary birds. These birds have sometimes been considered part of the Falconiformes which contains the falcons, but DNA evidence indicates the orders should be separate.

The Accipitridae family contains the hawks, goshawks, eagles, kites, Old World vultures. Subfamilies are often used to group related species, but the subfamiles for much of Accipitridae are in flux. They will be used here if there is agreement for their members.

This page contains species that are termed hawks or buzzards.


Genus Busarellus - 1 species

Hawk,_Black-collared  Busarellus nigricollis   Found: Mexico, Central America, South America
The Black-collared Hawk has mainl cinnamon-rufous plumage; paler breast; off-white head; blackish fore-neck and upper breast; black bill, bluish-tinged white legs.
Image by: 1, 3) Jerry Oldenettel  2) Thomas Junier



Genus Butastur

Buzzard, Grasshopper  Butastur rufipennis  Found: Africa
The Grasshopper Buzzard has gray-brown upperparts; gray tail with dark bars, black subterminal band, white tip; white throat; buffy breast with brown streaks; yellow cere and bill with black tip; yellow eyes, legs.
Image by: 1) Joseph Wolf  2) Nigel Blake - Gambia


Buzzard, Gray-faced  Butastur indicus   Found: Asia
The Gray-faced Buzzard has gray head, neck, breast; black moustach; brown back, upper-wings; white under-wings and belly with brown bars.  
Image by: M Nishimura


Buzzard, White-eyed  Butastur teesa  Found: south Asia
The White-eyed Buzzard has dark upperparts, head; white iris of eye, throat; light underparts with dark barring; yellow cere.
Imge by: 1, 3, 4) J M Garg  2) Shantanu Kuveskar - India



Genus Buteo  
Buteos are large raptors. They are known as buzzards in the Old World and hawks in the New World. The favorite prey are small mammals, but will also catch reptiles and ducks. They often soar on high and sprial down to seize their prey. They will also eat carrion if necessary.

Buzzard, Archer's  Buteo archeri Found: Africa
The Archer's Buzzard has brown upperparts; chestnut underparts with a white throat.
Image by: 1) Henrik Gronvoid


Buzzard, Augur Buteo augur Found: Africa
The Augur Buzzard Buteo is also considered as Buteo rufofuscus augur, a subspecies of the Jackal Buzzard. It has mainly black upperparts; blackish primary flight feathers; off-white secondary flight feathers; white underparts, under-wings. There is a melanistic form which has mainly black plumage
Image by: 1, 2, 3) Dick Daniels - Carolina Raptor Center  4, 7) Dick - Tanzania  5) Dick - Kenya   6) Charlie Westerinen - South Africa   
1, 2, 3) Melanistic form.  



Buzzard, Common Buteo Buteo   Found: Europe, Asia , Africa
The varies from almost pure white to black. It is usually shades of brown with a "necklace" of feathers. The Steppe Buzzard  (Buteo b. vulpinus) is a subspecies of the Common Buzzard.
Similar to: European Honey-Buzzard. The Common Buzzard has a larger head than the European Honey-Buzzard. The European Honey-Buzzard has fewer bars on its tail.
Similar to: Mountain Buzzard. Mountain Buzzard has denser spots on underparts than the Common Buzzard.
Similar to: Rough-legged Hawk. Common Buzzard has broader, shorter wings. Rough-legged Hawk legs are feathered to the feet.
Image by:   1) Mark Medcalf - Scotland  2, 3) Dick Daniels - Center for Birds of Prey, Charleston, South Carolina    4) Arno Meintjes  5, 6) Craig Adam - South Africa   7, 8) Dick Daniels - World of Birds, South Africa  
4 - 8) Steppe Buzzard  


Buzzard, Jackal  Buteo rufofuscus   Found: Africa
The Jackal Buzzard has black upperparts; rufuous tail, upper-breast> Rest of underparts are black, white, and rufous.
Image by: 1, 2, 4, 5) Dick Daniels - Radical Raptors aviary in South Africa    3) Dick near De Hoop, South Africa  6) Sandy Cole near Tenikwa Cats, South Africa 



Buzzard, Long-legged  Buteo rufinus  Found: Europe, Asia, Africa
The Long-legged Buzzard has many different color forms from pale to very dark. It usually has orange tinted plumage, dark carpal patch; black trailing edge on under-wing. It is one of the larges species of Buteo.
Similar to: Rough-legged Buzzard. The Long-legged Buzzard is larger and more robust than the Rough-legged Buzzard. Rough-legged Buzzard legs are feathered to the feet.
Image by: 1) Sajahanmi  2) Durzan Cirano  3) A. Jo   4) Comfortably Numb  5) Sergey Yeliseev - Kazakhstan



Buzzard, Madagascar  Buteo brachypterus  Found: Madagascar
Image by:  1) Dick Daniels - Antananarivo Zoo, Madagascar  2, 5) Dick - Kirindy Forest, Madagascar  3) Fir Z 4) Daniel Guip



Buzzard, Mountain  Buteo oreophilus  Found: Africa
The Mountain Buzzard has brown upperparts; white underparts with dense brown spots.
Similar to: Common Buzzard. Mountain Buzzard has denser spots on underparts than the Common Buzzard.
Image by: 1) Alastair Rae  2) Dave Curtis


Buzzard, Upland  Buteo hemilasius  Found: Asia
The Upland Buzzard has a pale and dark morph. The pale morph has gray-brown upperparts; whitish head, nape, underparts; brownish-black thighs and flank patches; black carpal patch on under-wing; brown under-wing coverts; black wing-tips and trailing edge of wings; whitish under-tail.  Dark morph has brownish-black underparts, under-wing coverts; whitish under-tail.
Image by: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Sergey Pisarevskiy - South Siberia, Russia



Hawk, Broad-winged   Buteo platypterus   Found: The Americas
The Broad-winged Hawk has dark brown upperparts; white underparts with barring. Juvenile has (vertical) stripes instead of (horizontal) barring.
Similar to: Red-shouldered Hawk. Light morph Broad-winged Hawk similar. Red-shouldered Hawk has more distinctly barred tail. The closed wings of Red-shoulded Hawk are mottled; those of Broad-winged Hawk are solid in color.
Similar to: Short-tailed Hawk (dark morph). Dark morph Broad-winged Hawk similar. Tail of Short-tailed Hawk about same length as wing-tips; tail of Broad-winged Hawk longer than wing-tips. Adult Broad-winged hawk has barred tail; adult Short-tailed Hawk does not.
Similar to: Swainson's Hawk. Dark phases of Broad-winged Hawk and Swainson's Hawk are similar. Broad-winged Hawk has banded tail; Swainson's Hawk does not.
Image by: 1, 2) Dick Daniels - Carolina Raptor Center  3) Joseph Marsden - Florida  4) Julie Waters - Vermont  5) Leppyone - Florida  6) Dick - Boquette, Panama
1, 2, 3) Juvenile



Hawk, Ferruginous Buteo regalis   Found: North America
The Ferringous Hawk is named after its rust colored (reddish-brown) upperparts. The flight feathers are white with black tips on the primaries. Legs are feathered to the feet. Dark morph has rusty underparts; light moprh has whitish underparts.
Similar to: Red-tailed Hawk, Rough-legged Hawk. Base of Ferruginous Hawk's bill has more yellow than other species.
Image by:   1) Maggie Smith - California  2) Pat Gaines   3) Bill Bouton - California  4) Dick Daniels - Flamingo Gardens - Florida  
5) Alan Vernon - California   6)  Joahu Barnett - Arizona  7) Charlie Westerinen - Arizona
1, 2) Dark Morph  3 - 6) Light morph  3) Juvenile 



Hawk, Galapagos  Buteo galapagoensis Found: Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Hawk has various colors, generally brownish-black upperparts. It has balck and white barred under-tail; brown eyes; grayish-black bill with a paler base; yellow legs.
Image by: 1) Len Blumin   2) Joe Le Nevez  3) Sara Yeomans
3) Dark morph


Hawk, Gray   Buteo plagiatus  Found: southwest USA to Costa Rica
The Gray Hawk has mainly light gray plumage; barred underparts; black tail with 3 white bands; orange legs.
Similar to: Gray-lined Hawk. The Gray Hawk has neglible barring on the upperparts; Gray-lined Hawk has barred upperparts and lowerparts. There is little overlap of the two species.
Image by: 1) Khyri - Arizona   2) John & Anne Chullod - Arizona    3) Pete Gregoire - Arizona  4) The Lilac Breasted Roller


Hawk, Gray-lined  Buteo nitidus  Found: Costa Rica south to Argentina
The Gray-lined Hawk has mainly light gray plumage; barred upperparts and underparts; black tail with 3 white bands; orange legs.
Similar to: Gray Hawk. The Gray Hawk has neglible barring on the upperparts; Gray-lined Hawk has barred upperparts and lowerparts. There is little overlap of the two species.
Image by: 1) Belgian chocolate   2, 3) Barloventomagico - Venezuela


Hawk, Hawaiian  Buteo solitarius  Endemic to Hawaii
The Hawaiiain Hawk has 2 morphs. One has a dark brown heard, breast, and under-wings. The other has light head, breast, and under-wings.
Image by: 1) Bryan Harry, NPS  2)  Bruce Albrecht  3) Kanalu Chock  4) cliff1066 - Honolulu Zoo
1, 2) Light morph  3, 4) Dark morph


Hawk, Red-shouldered Buteo lineatus   Found: North America
The Red-shouldered Hawk has a brown head; reddish shoulders, breast; pale belly with reddish bars; white barred tail; yellow tail.
Similar to: Broad-winged Hawk (light morph). Red-shouldered Hawk has more distinctly barred tail. The closed wings of Red-shoulded Hawk are mottled; those of Broad-winged Hawk are solid in color.
Similar to: Red-tailed Hawk. Red-shouldered Hawk has orangish underparts; Red-tailed Hawk has brown underparts.
Image by:  1, 6) Dick Daniels - Florida  2, 3) Dick Daniels - North Carolina  4, 5) Dick - Carolina Raptor Center 7) Mike Baird  8) Charlie Westerinen - Colusa, California  9) Chuck Abbe
1) Juvenile




Hawk, Red-tailed Buteo jamaicensis   Found: North America
The Red-tailed Hawk has many subspecies of varying shades. It has a red upper-tail; buff-orange under-tai; whitish underparts with darker lower-breast. It is heavier than most buteo of similar length, resulting in a chunky appearance.
Similar to: Ferruginous Hawk. Base of Ferruginous Hawk's bill has more yellow than Red-tailed Hawk. Light morph Ferruginus Hawk has rusty brown wings and back; Red-tailed Hawk lacks the reddish tinge.
Similar to: Red-shouldered Hawk. Red-shouldered Hawk has orangish underparts; Red-tailed Hawk has brown underparts.
Similar to: Rough-legged Hawk. Rough-legged Hawk has white at base of tail, Red-tailed Hawk does not. Red-tailed Hawk has broader, shorter wings.
Image by:   1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7) Dick Daniels - Carolina Raptor Center    4) Dick - North Carolina   8) Ted Grussing   9) Dave Fletcher - New York  10) Dan Langer




Hawk, Ridgway's  Buteo ridgwayi  Found: Dominican Republic
The Ridgway's Hawk has brown-gray upperparts; grayish barred undparts; yellow legs, cere. Male is grayer than female.
Image by: 1, 2) Ron Knight


Hawk, Roadside  Buteo magnirostris  Found: South America
The Roadside Hawk has brown or gray upperparts; brown-and-white barred lower-breast, belly; relatively large dark bill with yellow cere; long tail with 4 or 5 gray bars.
Image by: 1) Dario Sanches  2) Wagner Machado Carlos Lemes  3) Dick Daniels - Ecuador


Hawk, Rough-legged  also  Rough-legged Buzzsard  Buteo lagopus   Found: North America, Europe, Asia
The Rough-legged Hawk has legs feathered to the feet; mainly brown plumage with white speckling; long white tail feathers with one or more dark terminal bands; wing tips may be longer than tail when perched.
Similar to: Common Buzzard. Common Buzzard has broader, shorter wings.
Similar to: Ferruginous Hawk. Base of Ferruginous Hawk's bill has more yellow than Rourh-legged Hawk. Light morph Ferruginus Hawk has rusty brown wings and back; Rough-legged Hawk lacks the reddish tinge.
Similar to: Long-legged Buzzard. The Long-legged Buzzard is larger and more robust than the Rough-legged Buzzard. Rough-legged Buzzard legs are feathered to the feet.
Similar to: Red-tailed Hawk. Rough-legged Hawk has white at base of tail, Red-tailed Hawk does not. Red-tailed Hawk has broader, shorter wings.
Image by :  1) Bill Majoros   2,  3, 4) Dick Daniels - Carolina Raptor Center   5) Walter Siegmund - Washington    6) Alan D Wilson  7) Terrie Schweitzer - Oregon  8) Seabamirum - New York 
1 - 6) Light morph  7, 8) Dark morph


Hawk, Short-tailed  Buteo brachyurus   Found: North America (Southern Florida), South America
The Short-tailed Hawk has a light and dark phase. The light phase has dark brown upperparts; white underparts; gray tail barred with black. The dark phase has black-brown upperparts, underparts; gray tail barred with black.
Similar to: Broad-winged Hawk (dark morph). Tail of Short-tailed Hawk about same length as wing-tips; tail of Broad-winged Hawk longer than wing-tips. Adult Broad-winged hawk has barred tail; adult Short-tailed Hawk does not.
Image by: 1) Amendezg - Mexico  2, 3) Amy Evenstad 4) Josh Henderson
1) Juvenile male, dark morph  2, 3) Dark morph  4) Light morph


Hawk, Swainson's Buteo swainsoni  Found: west North America, west South America
The Swainson's has 3 morphs. The light form has brown upperparts; white underparts with a reddish bib; white throat; white under-wings with a dark trailing edge; gray-brown tail with 6 dark bands and a wider white terminal bank. The intermediate form has rufous underparts. The dark form has dark brown plumage with a light patch under the tail.
Similar to: Broad-winged Hawk. Dark phases of Broad-winged Hawk and Swainson's Hawk are similar. Broad-winged Hawk has banded tail; Swainson's Hawk does not.
Similar to: White-tailed Hawk. Light phase Swainson's Hawk and White-tailed Hawk have a white belly, but only the Whte-tailed Hawk has a white tail.
Image by: 1) Larry Ridenhour, BLM  2) Dick Daniels - Wyoming   3) J N Stuart - New Mexico  4) Pharaoh Hound - Colorado    5) Mark Watson - New Mexico     6) Maggie Smith - California  7) Charlie Westerinen - Baker City, Oregon  8) Ann Kiszt   9) Dominic Sherony  10) Alan Vernon
1) Light juvenile  2) Intermediate juvenile  3, 4, 5) Light  6, 7, 8) Intermediate  9, 10 Dark morph




Hawk, White-throated  Buteo albigula  Found: Andes mountains of South America
The White-throated Hawk has dark brown upperparts; white throat; mainly white underparts with some streaking and brown patch on flanks.
Image by: 1) Pablo Contreras


Hawk, Zone-tailed  Buteo albonotatus  Found: southwest North America, South America
The Zone-tailed Hawk has mainly black plumage; black and silver-gray flight feathers; black tail with 3 or 4 white bands (gray from above) .
Similar to : Common Black Hawk. Zone-tailed Hawk has more white under its wings and more white bars on tail.
Similar to : Harris's Hawk. Harris's Hawk has chestnut on shoulders, Zone Tailed Hawk does not.
Image by: 1) Mark Watson - Colorado  2) SearchNet Media - Arizona  3) Dominic Sherony



Genus Buteogallus
Buteogallus like crabs and other large crustaceans and thus are sometimes called crab-hawks.
The Crowned Solitary Eagle and Black Solitary Eagle are also currently placed in Buteogallus. They tend to eat reptiles and are shown elsewhere.

Hawk, Common Black- Buteogallus anthracinus Found: North America, South America
The Common Black-Hawk has mainly black or dark gray plumage; short black tail with white band and white terminal strip; black tipped bill; yellow legs, cere.
Similar to: Cuban Black-Hawk. The Cuban Black-Hawk has distinct white panels near the end of their under-wings; Common Black-hawk does not have these white panels.
Similar to: Great Black-Hawk. Great Black-Hawk is larger than Common Black-Hawk and has a white tail base. Great Black-Hawk usually has white showing on upper-tail while perched; Common Black-Hawk usually has no white showing on upper-taile while perched.
Similar to : Harris's Hawk. Harris's Hawk has chestnut on shoulders, Common Black Hawk does not.
Similar to : Zone-tailed Hawk. Zone-tailed Hawk has more white under its wings and more white bars on tail.
Similar to: Black Solitary Eagle. The Black Solitary Eagle is much larger and has broader wings than the Common Black Hawk.
Image by: 1) barloventomagico - Venezuela  2) Victor Burolla   3) Jerry Oldenettel - Venezuela 4) Ted Grussing 
1) Juvenile 


Hawk, Cuban Black-  Buteogallus gundlachii  Found: Cuba
The Cuban Black-Hawk has mainly black or dark gray plumage; short black tail with white band and white terminal strip; black tipped bill; yellow legs, cere.
Similar to: Common Black-Hawk. The Cuban Black-Hawk has distinct white panels near the end of their under-wings; Common Black-hawk does not have these white panels.
Image by: 1, 2) Carol Foil - Cuba


Hawk, Great Black-  Buteogallus urubitinga  Found: Mexico to South America
The Great Black-Hawk has mainly black or dark gray plumage; short black tail with white base, band and white terminal strip; black tipped bill; yellow legs, cere.
Similar to: Common Black-Hawk. Great Black-Hawk is larger than Common Black-Hawk and has a white tail base. Great Black-Hawk usually has white showing on upper-tail while perched; Common Black-Hawk usually has no white showing on upper-taile while perched.
Image by:  1)  Andrea Grosse   2) Barloventomagico - Venezuela   3) Ron Knight - Mexico


Hawk, Savanna  Buteogallus meridionalis  Found: South America
The Savanna Hawk has mottled gray upperparts; gray underparts with fine barring; black tail with white median band and white terminal band; black tipped flight feathers; yellow legs.
Image by:  1) Dario Sanches  2) Berrucomons   1, 4) Claudio Timm - Brazil  5) HarmonyOnPlanetEarth



Hawk, Slate-colored  Buteogallus schistaceus  Found: South America
The Slate-colored Hawk has slate-gray plumage; gray tail with white mid-band; large yellow eyes; orange legs, cere, bare facila skin.
Image by: 1) Vince Smith - Ecuador  2) Marcel Holyoak - Peru


Hawk, White-necked  Buteogallus lacernulatus  Found: Brazil
The White-necked Hawk has black back, wings; white head, neck, underparts; tail has black base; white lower part with black terminal band.
Image by: 1) Rick Elis Simpson   2) Breno Platais - Brazil



Genus Geranoaetus
These hawks are sometimes included in genus Buteo.

Buzzard-Eagle, Black-chested  also  Black Buzzard-Eagle Geranoaetus melanoleucus  Found: South America
The Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle has blue-gray upperparts, head, breast; white belly with faint barring; brown eyes; yellow bill, cere, legs. It is very large, hence the "eagle" in its name.
Similar to: Harpy Eagle. Harpy Eagle is much larger than Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle. Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle has yellow bill; Harpy Eagle has blackish bill.
Image by:  1) Sergio Nunez C. - Patagonia  2) Alceu Costa - Peru  3) Caronna 


Hawk, Variable  Geranoaetus polyosoma  Found: South America
The Variable Hawk is variable in appearance. All adults have a white tail with black subterminal band; gray under-wings with dark barring. Remaining plumage varies from dark gray to whitish with some having reddish-brown underparts. Females usually have a reddish-brown back.
Image by:  1) Dick Culbert - Chile  2) Turelio  3) Howard - East Falkland Island  4) Marcel Holyoak - Ecuador
3) Red-backed hawk subspecies


Hawk, White-tailed  Geranoaetus albicaudatuFound: south Texas to South America
The White-tailed Hawk has gray upperparts; white underparts; white tail with black band near the end.
Similar to: Swainson's Hawk. Light phase Swainson's Hawk and White-tailed Hawk have a white belly, but only the Whte-tailed Hawk has a white tail.
Image by: 1) Cláudio Dias Timm - Brazil    2) sfitzgerald86 - Texas   3) Dick Daniels - Arizona  4) Jorge Montejo  5) Alan and Elaine Wilson - Texas
1) Juvenile  2, 3, 4) sub adult  5) Adult



Genus Geranospiza - 1 species

Hawk, Crane  Geranospiza caerulescens  Found: Panamak South America
The Crane Hawk has mainly gray plumage; black tail with two white bars. One morph has white barring on the underparts.
Image by: 1) Nori Almeida  2) Jerry Oldenettel



Genus Kaupifalco - 1 species

Buzzard, Lizzard  Kaupifalco monogrammicus  Found: south Asia
The Lizzard Buzzard has mainly gray plumage; barring on the lower-breast, belly; black bill with red cere; white throat with black vertical linet.
Image by: 1) Gabriel Buissart  2) Brian Ralphs - Mozambique



Genus Leucopternis
They have black or gray upperparts; white underparts; orange cere.

Hawk, Black-faced  Leucopternis melanops  Found: northern South America
The Black-faced Hawk has black upperparts with white spots; white head with black mask; white underparts; orange cere, legs; black tail with white median band and thin white tip.
Image by: 1) Tony Morris


Hawk, Semiplumbeous  Leucopternis semiplumbeus  Found: Central and northern South America
The Semiplumbeous Hawk has dark gray upperparts, head, nape; white underparts; thinnly black streaked side of breast; black tail with narrow white median band; orange cere, legs.
Similar to: White-browed Hawk. White-browed Hawk has white brow; Semiplumbeous Hawk has no supercilium.
Image by: 1) Michael Woodruff  2) Jerry Oldenettel - Costa Rica


Hawk, White-browed  Leucopternis kuhli  Found: Bolivia, Brazil, Peru
The White-browed Hawk has dark gray upperparts; white brow; black crown, mask; white underparts; thinnly black streaked side of neck, side of breast; black tail with white band and tip; orange cere, legs.
Similar to: Semiplumbeous Hawk. White-browed Hawk has white brow; Semiplumbeous Hawk has no supercilium.
Image by: Josleph Smit



Genus Macheiramphus - 1 species

Hawk, Bat  Macheiramphus alcinus  Found: Africa, Asia
The Bat Hawk has mainly dark brown or black plumage; white throat with black median line.
Image by: 1) Johan van Rensburg  2) Gary Albert



Genus Morphnarchus - 1 species

Hawk, Barred  Morphnarchus princeps  Found: Costa Rica, Panama, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru
The Barred Hawk has black upperparts, head, bib; white lower-breast and belly with black bars.
Image by: 1) Joseph Wolf



Genus Parabuteo

Hawk, Harris's   Parabuteo unicinctus   Found: southwest USA to South America
The Harris's Hawk has mainly brown plumage; chestnut shoulders; white on base and tip of tail; yellow legs, cere.
Similar to : Common Black Hawk, Zone-tailed Hawk. Harris's Hawk has chestnut on shoulders, others do not.
Image by: 1, 5)  Alan D Wilson  - Texas  2) Dick - San Diego Zoo  3, 4) Dick Daniels - Carolina Raptor Center    6, 7) Dick - Center for Birds of Prey, Charleston, South Carolina   8) Mark Watson - New Mexico
2) Western Harris's Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus harrisi
1) Juvenile  



Genus Pseudastur

Hawk, Gray-backed  Pseudastur occidentalis  Found: Ecuador and Peru
The Gray-backed Hawk has dark gray upperparts; white underparts; white tail with wide black subterminal band; dark streaks on crown, cheeks, sides of neck.
Image by: 1) Francesco Veronesi - Ecuador  2) Hakan Sandin - Ecuador


Hawk, Mantled  Pseudastur polionotus  Found: Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay
Image by: 1) Joseph Smit   2) Duane Duarte


Hawk, White  Pseudastur albicollis  Found: southern Mexico to South America
The White Hawk has white body, head, under-wings; black upper-wings; white tail with black band; black wing tips.
Image by: 1, 2) Dominic Sherony  3) Francesco Veronesi - Panama  4) Amy McAndrews - Mexico





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