Raptor Wednesday

Two years ago, this London plane tree had a dead, vertical branch on it that was a regular American Kestrel perch. It broke off in a storm in November, 2018, and, ever since, this tree has not been as blessed as a place to see the locals. But yesterday evening, the male was preening here.
Also spotted yesterday was an Osprey over Sylvan Water, hovering as it scoped out the view. Looking for fish in the pond. The bird did not dive here.

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