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and helping to train the birds, taken at the old naval airstation,

 

 

good pics do like this pic of your birds getting up the dark cheq white flighted just about to get up is an absolute blinding bird :)

 

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Female Kestrel eating one of my great tits, pic. taken through the kitchen window,she's been around for a few days and are a bit unusual in this area

 

good few round here bill see them hovering most mornings over local woodland hunting hedgerows for mice and small birds.

 

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good few round here bill see them hovering most mornings over local woodland hunting hedgerows for mice and small birds.

 

all best.

The first time I saw her was last Friday, I was up at 4am. turned the yard light on and went outside and she was fast asleep on the loft trap board, which is always open as it's one floor up :)

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Female Kestrel eating one of my great tits, pic. taken through the kitchen window,she's been around for a few days and are a bit unusual in this area

now the RSPB know that they will soon let you have some,cause they must

be running short of space everywhere else. :angry:

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Very nice, I like to have the Magpie around, good early warning for Bop's That female Kestrel whose pic. I put up is now in my old parrot cage indoors, She was sitting on my wheel-barrow in an open barn, when I walked towards her she hopped off and ran in the corner, I picked her up and she doesn't seem to have any injuries, still quite feisty, had a go at my hands with beak and claw :D

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Very nice, I like to have the Magpie around, good early warning for Bop's That female Kestrel whose pic. I put up is now in my old parrot cage indoors, She was sitting on my wheel-barrow in an open barn, when I walked towards her she hopped off and ran in the corner, I picked her up and she doesn't seem to have any injuries, still quite feisty, had a go at my hands with beak and claw :D

 

is the magpie a problem to pigeons

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