Hi all, I didn't even see the bird behind the swans when I took the picture (just for a change ) There were at least one each male and female Marsh Harriers about, a couple of Buzzards, and a couple of Kestrel, but I'm not confident what this is, any help gratefully received, ta
PS We were away at a reserve for 4 days....posts will follow...you have been warned
Birding is for everyone no matter how good or bad we are at it,enjoy it while you can
In reply to Seaman:
I wasn't sure the streaky breast was right Rsp but willing to go for that
Three to two then, Pete, I'll go with yours and RSPBailey's experience over my daughters friends as they're mere whipper-snappers lol Thanks very much :o)
EDIT: I'll just add Google Lens's first suggestion was a Kite
I'll bow to whatever, my raptor knowledge is less than zilch!
But that is a fine photo PB and a brilliant opportunity with the two swans as well.
As for the four days of posts, I'll be reading.
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In reply to Mike B:
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