This video from Britain is called Kestrel Hunting – Wildlife in Cornwall.
A moorhen and tufted ducks in a canal.
A mating flight of two common terns.
Barn swallows and oystercatchers.
Where have all the kestrels gone? Here.
May 2011: The London Wildlife Trust is relaunching its pioneering urban Kestrel Count to celebrate the trust’s 30th anniversary.
The Common Tern is a seabird which can be found breeding in most of Europe, Asia and North America. After breeding in the northern hemisphere they migrate south along the coasts to South America, southern Africa, Falkland Islands, India and Australasia except New Zealand: here.
- Common Terns Langstone Harbour, Hampshire (parrotletsuk.typepad.com)
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- British birds and climate change (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Texel, kestrel and teal (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Sandeel fishing linked to Scottish seabird decline (scotsman.com)
- Description: The Preston Dock at dusk 4/11/2013 (zwang7blog.wordpress.com)
- Trip report – Morning’s guiding in Akrotiri, 26th October 2013 (cyprusbirdingtours.com)