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Friday, 4 July 2014

2nd July The Sparrowhawk is back

Sparrowhawk hunting at the Sand martin colony, he came in from the sun for the kill and took one from nest entrance it was all over in a matter of seconds, sad to witness but i expect the sparrowhawk has young to feed as well, it took some time for the sand martin to come back to feed there young and i noticed they were taking no chances and flying straight into the nest holes.


4 comments:

Mitch said...

Great images again Ray,Sparrowhawks are eluding me at the moment.

tiger said...

Great shots Ray, saw a sprawk flying low along the river there last week.

Richard G. Smith said...

Great Ray - I must try to get out one day to check my local colony maybe Sprawks are wrecking things there also!

Jeff said...

Superb shots Ray,great opportunity with the Sparrowhawk.