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Saturday, 7 January 2012

Kestrel ( Falco tinnunculus )

Diving for a Slow Worm

Where's my Lunch!!!

I'm behind you Mr Kestrel :)

Rock Pipit ( Anthus petrosus)

Rock Pipit

Red Kite ( Milvus milvus )

Red Kite's one being Leucistic Very Rare in Red Kites, usually these would be outcasted from the group, but this one seems to be tolerated.
Taken with a Canon EOS 1DS Mk2 600mm F4 IS with 2x Converter (1200mm Focal Length) Hence the poor quality!!
Red Kite Dive Gigrin Farm Wales

Red Kite or White Kite Semi Leucistic

SparrowHawk ( Accipiter nisus )

SparrowHawk ( Female)

My Local SparrowHawk on my garden wall,  just flew through after a spot of lunch, the resident birds were lucky this time not to be lunch for this fine bird of prey, so alert and fast, Awesome !!!

Great Spotted WoodPecker ( Dendrocopos major )

Greater Spotted Wood Pecker in the Rain ( Juv )