raptorial bird

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Mammal remains from cast pellets of raptorial birds often are of considerable aid in verifying the distribution of small mammals in an area, because raptors frequently prey upon species that are difficult to obtain by conventional collecting methods.
Atypical and respiratory candidiasis has also been reported in fowl and raptorial birds.
The benefits are illustrated in two papers reporting the generally demanding census of raptorial birds.
Raptorial birds occasionally incubate waterfowl eggs.