|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Common Kestrel is small compared with other birds of prey, but larger than most songbirds. Kestrels have long wings as well as a distinctive long tail like the other Falco species. This bird's plumage is mainly brown with dark spots. Unlike most hawks they display sexual colour dimorphism with the male having a blue-grey head and tail. The tail is brown with black bars in females, and has a black tip with a narrow white rim in both sexes.|
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- [2008-11-09 11:04]
Very beautiful photo of this male Common Kestrel, falco tinnunculus, on an acacia tree. Great sharpness and natural, well saturated clours. Excellent POV, composition and BG.
- [2008-11-09 23:38]
A perfect capture of this kestrel,well composed with good POV,the colors ,sharpness and composition are good,thanks