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kestrel

a falcon (Falco tinnunculus) with a special hovering flight and a high-pitched call. Reddish-brown with dark spots on the dorsal parts.
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The kestrel is also known as the windhover because of the way it remains motionless in the air while surveying the ground.
Thankfully, the RSPCA were on hand to rescue the kestrel.
The Kestrel 4000 was virtually a standard with long-range enthusiasts.
The authority's Eastern Region Branch was able to provide various treatments to the injured bird, a common kestrel, EPAA said in a press release.
Kestrel, unbeknownst to Sylvanis, has cast a powerful spell.
Kestrel Ophthalmics highlights that the cream features no preservatives, perfumes, alcohol or essential oils, and its gentle formula is recommended for use on and around the eyelids.
A KESTREL For A Knave was adapted for the classic film Kes, has died.
YEAR 9 students at St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School had an up-close and personal encounter of the avian kind on Friday last week, as their study of Barry Hines' celebrated novel 'A Kestrel for a Knave' was taken outside the classroom, thanks to some glorious sunshine and some unusual guests.
Two of the kestrel chicks are given a health check at Aston |University and (right) a view of the brood on the webcam
Meanwhile, Arin, who is now the leader of the Herran and working with dangerous allies, suspects that Kestrel is hiding something.
Halstead Property Development Marketing (HPDM) today announced that Kestrel, an eight-story new construction rental building, is now 50 percent leased.
Thebook is full of colorful, vivid photographs showing the Kestrel in all manner of activities.