Attenborough in Autumn

A couple of young kestrels hanging around the box in which I think they were hatched provided the best spot of my excursion to ANR today.

The one in the doorway is a male, as seen by its grey head, and the other one, having a brown head, is a female. I managed a couple of individual shots as they took other positions.

Female
Male

Other spots included a flight of three swans in the air and a green woodpecker having a good time probing the waterlogged turf for (presumably) ants – hence the muddy bill.

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