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Yes I would assume that the upper and lower cliffs would be the same type of environment. Maybe they would have small changes but it makes sense that they would be pretty much the same. And for the waterfall (I didnt write anything about this because I wasnt sure thats what it was on the map) it would indeed be a more lush and vegetation filled area then the surrounding area. it would also attract more of the animals who would go there to drink.
From beak to tip of the tail the adults grow to roughly 8" in length. They are a dark brown color so they can blend in with the shadows in the hollows of the cliff. As far as looks go they seem to resemble a hawk or a falcon in general shape and design. They have seemingly large wings for their size and they use these to float along on the warm air currents and updrafts along the cliff.
Yea the birds are predators but fish or lizard eaters. I don't think their beaks would be big enough to eat anything else.
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