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Kestrel perched beside coast path between Fishing Cove and Church Cove, Gunwalloe on the Lizard Peninsula.

Falco tinnunculus Kestrels belong to the family Falconidae - Falcons and allies

They can be seen in many places throughout Cornwall. When you see a bird of prey hovering beside the road or on a clifftop, chances are it's a kestrel looking for a meal. They can also be seen perched on cliffs and fence posts - anywhere where they can get a good view of their prey.




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