I was taking pictures of the Black-bellied family that has taken up residence on the east road of Viera wetlands. This is the same family that had 18 ducklings, thay now have 7 ducklings. They are quite different from the newborn ducklings that I first saw, but still look nothing like their parents. While I was photographing the family I heard quite a commotion going on with the blackbellieds that were across the water on the island. I wasn't sure what all the fuss was about until I saw the male crested caracara come flying across the water towards me with an egg in its mouth. I am quite sure this is a black-bellied whistling duck egg.