This 2014 video is about a kestrel couple and their chicks in their nest on a balcony in Poland.
From the Times of Malta:
Monday, April 27, 2015, 13:43
Hunting season closed after shot bird falls into school yard
The hunting season was closed today after a bird which was shot twice crashed bleeding into the yard of St Edward’s College in Cottonera while the children were on their school break this afternoon.
The decision was announced by the prime minister in a tweet. He said what took place today was inexcusable.
“Despite sharp decline in illegalities, today’s hunting incident is inexcusable. I have decided to immediately close down the season,” Dr Muscat said.
The season was supposed to close on Thursday.
A teacher, Diana Triganza, who was on supervision at St Edward’s, said the boys, aged between seven and 10 were ‘traumatised’ by what they had seen. Some of them started screaming when the bird fell into the football pitch.
The incident happened at about 12.30. The bird, believed to be a Kestrel, was shot from outside the school grounds.
It was first shot once and hit, and them shot again. Five shots in all were heard.
HUNTING SEASON CLOSED
In a statement announcing the immediate closure of the spring hunting season, the government pointed out that immediately after the referendum, the prime minister had warned that he would not tolerate abuse.
During the season, the number of abuses fell drastically thanks to strong law enforcement and the collaboration of those involved.
Nonetheless, today’s incident could not be justified. No information about who had carried it out had been received.
Therefore the season was being closed immediately. This, the government said, should be a signal that such abuses would not be tolerated.