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Monday, 9 September 2019

Kestrel - Falco tinnunculus

Photographed at Old Passage, Aust, Bristol, GB. 










33 comments:

  1. Bob, this is beauty, fascinating photos.

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  2. Great shots of the hovering bird, Bob.

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  3. The second in particular was a fresh look for these old eyes. So well done as usual dear

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  4. Stunningly beautiful birds - and great shots. Many thanks.

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  5. fascinating shots....great job.
    have a wonderful day

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  6. A very endearing little bird of prey!
    Good images Bob.

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  7. Love the kestrel! We don't see them very often here. Having little to do with this, we have been seeing more Turkey Vultures here lately. Hmmmm Coyotes and mountain lions in San Francisco, Bears in southern California swimming pools. perhaps the animals are telling us something.

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  8. Hello Bob,
    Beautiful series of photos of this kestrel.
    Perfectly photographed, my compliments.
    Best regards, Irma

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  9. As ever, beautiful photos to inspire and contemplate.

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  10. Interesantes fotografías. Buen día.

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  11. Hello Bob, great captures of the Kestrel! Wishing you a happy day!

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  12. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of the Kestrel.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  13. Amazing creatures. As a kid, I had amazing dreams about flying. I had to be avian in a previous life.

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  14. Hola Bob,buenas tomas del vuelo de este Cernicalo.Un saludo.

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  15. I never fail to get excited at the sight of a hovering Kestrel, bob. Thank you for brightening my afternoon. Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. It certainly to watch them hovering looking for its prey, thanks Richard.

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  16. Beautiful photos of this kestrel Bob. I love this bird. Greetings Caroline

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  17. Looking for food. Awesome photos.

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  18. Magníficas fotos del vuelo del halcón.
    Un abrazo,

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  19. Beautiful bird, amazing shots!
    Maria

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  20. Hi Bob,
    Super set of images of the Kestrel, why is it when ever we try for some images of the bird, they always hover looking away from us.
    All the best,
    John

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    1. I thought that, maybe it is that he/she you can't see it, cheers John.

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  21. Bob - I love kestrels in flight - always on the lookout for a tasty morsel with that bobbing head and sharp eyes. Great shots!

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  22. Brilliant flight images of the Kestrel Bob. I am just about to go to Australia for 6 weeks but have all my post scheduled in (bit of a marathon that was!) Unfortunately I will not be commenting while I am away but as often as I can will look at bloggers posts.

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  23. Lovely images of a gorgeous bird, Bob. I don't see Kestrels around that much anymore, I see more Buzzards than I do Kestrels nowadays!

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