Thursday, 3 August 2017

Time for the Kestrel

We are lucky here on the Isle of Purbeck to have a regular breeding pair of Kestrels and this year triplets have fledged and are learning their flying skills above the cliffs. Photographing one of these birds is always great, managing to get two in one frame is pretty lucky, but four in the same shot and nice and close to each other was incredible.



 

1 comment:

Lucy Corrander Now in Halifax! said...

Startling the way their heads turn disconcertingly all the way round. Very beautiful and sunny.

Loose and Leafy has left the Jurassic Coast and moved to Halifax in West Yorkshire. No sea here but some of the hills seem suddenly to drop down sheer cliffs.
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