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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by gon2seed, Mar 30, 2012.
I thought this at first, but it was hovering over water and I thought they just ate mammals? Or was it perhaps watching the grass at the shore.
Although its markings are distinctive in identifying the bird, 'hovering' is a real give away. Other birds may appear stationary when aided by a strong wind, but to my knowledge kestrels are the only ones who gain remain stationary by flapping their wings!
That's actually Kev
He's my pet Sparrowhawk
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Something noisy over the Isobel trail at lunchtime, only glanced a few times as I was running but it was definitely hunting.
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