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a part of life. nice close-ups of the elusive kestrel. of course, he was preoccupied. :)
A bird in action! The Merlin has a plucking tree. So ever few days you find new feathers under a tree.
Oh my- he definitely won that little battle.
It is rather sad, but amazing all the same. I saw a Kestrel last weekend, but unfortunately could not get close enough to get any clear shots. These are so well done!
Beautiful pictures, looks as if the kestral has found a good meal too.
Nice clarity in the closeup.
I assume we have kestrels here.... I know we have other small raptors and every so often, I find feathers and "leftover" bird flesh in the snow. One day, I was shocked to see some kind of "hawk" carry off a red crossbill that had just shown up at my feeders the day before; prior to that, I had seen one only 80 miles away in the wilderness.
Beautiful raptor!!!. Congrat and happy new year..
Wonderful photographs! "Survival of the fittest."
Beautiful photography ~ didn't realize they would kill their own ~ how naive I must be ~ Beautiful bird ~(A Creative Harbor) aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^
Gorgeous... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #64!
Awesome captures of the Kestrel eating his frozen diner, Daniel.
Great capture.A sad plight for the lovely little dove, but it is the way of nature. Kestrels have to eat too.
Those are great photos. I have a Sharp Shinned Hawk have a meal in my back yard last week. I debated whether or not to post them. I thought it was anture in action.
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