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Open plains in the Victorian wheat belt. Observed perched on a solitary tree.
This bird is very alert, avoiding any closer approach. It did alternate perches, returning to an original perch rather than flying away.
no worries, there have been a lot of them up here lately.
Thank you scott.I think you are correct.Thank you for pointing that out.
Great series but your falcon looks more like Falco cenchroides (Nankeen Kestrel) with the bottom portion of the wing being black and upper part rufous. Lovely shots of it.
Great spotting man!
Thanks sachin. Its a marvelous bird.
Lat: -37.79, Long: 145.30
Spotted on Jul 3, 2012 Submitted on Jul 3, 2012