Raptor Wednesday

Three of five Blue Jays steamed up about the female American Kestrel.
The next day she back here, eating something, probably House Sparrow.
The male. They like this drainpipe housing because it is in the morning sun and out of the prevailing westerlies.
Red-tailed Hawk breaking off twig for nest construction. Interesting that they chose fresh twigs rather than ones on the ground.

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