More of That Kestrel

This male was on a familiar kestrel-tree. From 2018. From 2017.
Different tree, but same hunting grounds. This is a gentle slope leading to a corner of the cemetery fenced off from the streets. It’s filled with modest headstones. Trees along the edges provide great perches. This one perched in four different trees while I was watching. A couple of days later, the bird was in the same place, using two other trees.

2 Responses to “More of That Kestrel”


  1. 1 Cynthia Wu January 2, 2020 at 8:11 am

    Nice shots! I saw the American kestral on my balcony in little italy yesterday and it was beautiful. I wasn’t familiar with this bird so I’ve been looking up info and your site came up. I’ve watched mockingbirds being raised on our building for 4 years now so I especially like the interactive pix of the mockingbird and kestral. Thank you!


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