The Aplomado Falcon is a medium-sized raptor. It can be recognized in flight by its long wings with white trailing edges, as well as a dark “cummerbund” band separating a white colored breast and rust colored belly. Mated pairs remain together year-round and hunt cooperatively. Pairs do not build their own nests, but take over nests of other raptors. Restoration programs are reintroducing populations back into the United States in southern Texas and eastern New Mexico.
1.25" Hard enamel pin; black metal.