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Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Kestrel male - Falco tinnunculus

Photographed at Old Passage, Aust, Bristol, GB.








32 comments:

  1. Beautiful and dramatic. They make me hold my breath.

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  2. Upeat kuvat <3 terveisiä Suomesta !

    Ronja

    https://aivukolav.blogspot.com

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  3. It is always an exercise in wonderment to watch a Kestrel hover.

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  4. Hola Bob,espectaculares fotos de este Cernicalo en vuelo y cazando posiblemente en su territorio.Un saludo.

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  5. Hi Bob.
    This flight is very good. This bird is extraordinary.

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  6. Hi Bob,
    As you have seen from my Blog, i always enjoy getting images of the Kestrel.
    They are such a delightful little bird and occasionally they will perform in just the right spot, but not very often.
    Super set of images.
    All the best, John

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  7. WOW Great shots!
    Greetings, Maria

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  8. We have one at work that hunts over a large patch of waste ground!

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  9. Lovely captures Bob. One the birding must see sights I think.

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  10. He's soaring high in the fabulous blue sky.
    Lovely series of photographs Bob.

    All the best Jan

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  11. Guaaaau que magnificas fotos. Un saludo desde Almería

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  12. Unbelievable! How can this be a creature in our world?

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  13. Bonitas fotos del ave, Bob, bien captado en pleno vuelo, no es fácil y tu lo has conseguido.

    Saludos.

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  14. Incredible shots, Bob. Beautiful!!

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  15. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of this Kestrel.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  16. Theae are cosmic! A visit to your blog is always a break into nature. Thank you, Bob!

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  17. Hello Bob, great series on the Kestrel! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  18. Bob, that's beautiful, amazing shots, I admire.

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  19. Some great shots, Bob. I love to watch Kestrels hunting. It's fascinating to watch their wings and bodies moving whilst their heads remain absolutely static. Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Yes, it is flying or hovering to watch, cheers Richard.

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  20. It looks beautiful in flight against the blue sky :)

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    1. Cheers Giga, yes, it is superb bird in flight.

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  21. an amazing picture of that bird in flight !

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  22. Tus fotografías me han recordado esa misma escena vivida múltiples veces en los campos de Castilla.
    Un abrazo,

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  23. Kestrel is one of my favorite birds, beautiful little falcon.

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