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Kestrels

More often seen hovering by the side of motorways than sat just a few metres in front of you, the kestrel is a beautiful species that eludes many wildlife photographers. Both male and female kestrels come to the changeable perches to collect the mice we leave out for them allowing close-up encounters and photographs of these impressive birds.

From late May to early July we also have canvas hides up at the nest site, granting photographers the opportunity to capture intimate shots of the adults bringing up their young.

The Hide

These birds are viewable at the following hides: The Wired Hide

Gallery

Wildlife Photography Hides Hide photography Bourne Lincolnshire kestrel canon nigel spencer feeding young female
Wildlife Photography Hides Hide photography Bourne Lincolnshire farm old gate tom robinson kestrel juvenile male female baited nikon common
Wildlife Photography Hides Hide photography Bourne Lincolnshire kestrel juvenile feeding mouse baited old gate post perched tom robinson nikon
Wildlife Photography Hides Hide photography Bourne Lincolnshire farm old gate ian haskell kestrel juvenile female baited mantling
Wildlife Photography Hides Hide photography Bourne Lincolnshire farm old gate ian haskell kestrel juvenile female baited canon