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Appearance of females Hunting Body shapeBreeding Appearance of males Prey Spreading.

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2 Appearance of females Hunting Body shapeBreeding Appearance of males Prey Spreading

3 male kestrel: Height: 34,5cm Weight: 200g Back: red-brown, underneath: beige with black spots, Tail feather: grey, at the end black with a white cusp area under wings, gorge and stomach bright or white back

4 female kestrel Height: 35,7cm Weight: 260g Back: consistent red-brown, more blotched than the male Tail feather: brown underneath: more blotched than the male back

5 catches the prey while flying gliding similar to shaking but from a raised hide hunting from a raised hide stands in the air, spots the prey pitches down shaking

6 insects, grass hopper, beetle back sparrow mice and voles lizard

7 gliding flight back 15 cervicals 180° circumferential visibility 220° focus wingspan of female: 76cm wingspan of male: 75cm

8 female broods back After days the enclose After 4 weeks they are fully grown Search for a partner mate, search for a nesting site

9 green: all the year round yellow: only in summer It is spread in Europe, Africa and Asia. back


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