This video from India says about itself:
6 February 2017
This inquisitive kestrel makes repeated visits at a camera designed to monitor motorway traffic. The bird of prey peers at the camera and doesn’t let other birds take away her spot. The bird has been a regular at this place since 2016.
8 August 2010.
Recently, a report was published about shows in which birds of prey and owls are used.
During the 1990s, as part of faddish Thatcherite deregulation, trade in birds of prey was deregulated in the Netherlands. Supposedly just for birds reared in captivity. However, control whether the birds are really reared in captivity is unsatisfactory. Basically, anyone can buy and own birds of prey and owls now. And have shows with them, without any education on how to care for the birds being required.
The petition is here.
A word of caution about (just) Internet petitions, from the Guardian in Britain:
Clicktivism is ruining leftist activism
Reducing activism to online petitions, this breed of marketeering technocrats damage every political movement they touch