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The common Kestrel

Faucon crécerelle en vol.
Credit : Laurent Theophile - Asters CEN74

Description

This small diurnal raptor belongs to the falcon family Falconidae: this name comes from the scythe-shaped wings (falx in latin means scythe). These long and pointed wings enable a fast and powerful flight.The Common Kestrel can be found from the seaside to the mountains as long as its prey (small rodents, batrachians and other insects) is present in sufficient amounts.

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Updated at : 21/02/2023
Lat : 45.8714071Lng : 6.7880484

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