I was lucky enough to be able to see a pair of Kites which used an advantage point from a tall tree at the bottom of a garden near me. I live near a large forested area and farm land. For the last 7 months they were always there at dawn and dusk and I often saw them circling over head during the day. Suddenly two days ago they both disappeared. Is it usual for them to leave together? I’m worried that something has happened to them.
Sadly I'm not able to offer any advice or help, it could be they're seeking food elsewhere, just as much has having been hunted, but I am curious what the outcome is.
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