Digiscoping Lesser Kestrels in Trujillo, Extremadura

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by DaleForbes on February 20, 2011 · 1 comment

in Birding Western Palearctic

The first Lesser Kestrels (Falco naumanni) have just started arriving back to Extremadura, and while we were there for the EL50 Swarovision field trials, we got some chance to hang out at the local bull fighting ring in the evenings, to enjoy the Lesser Kestrels in all their wonder – calling, playing and swooping; all in beautiful evening light.

Lesser Kestrel male at the Trujillo Bull Ring. All images digiscoped with a Swarovski STM80 HD, TLS800 and Canon 5DmarkII (c) Dale Forbes

Lesser Kestrel male in a hover

Lesser Kestrel glide on by

Lesser Kestrel

Lesser Kestrel coming in for a swoop

There were at least 4 male Lesser Kestrels about, and at least one female. What wonderful birds.

Lesser Kestrel female


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