Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Cornish Kestrels part 30

It has been a challenge trying to achieve good images of the kestrel fledglings this year and even trying to get a head count is proving difficult but I did briefly see four in sight today and could also detect that they were being pushed by perhaps one or more fledglings from behind, The images below were taken at the best time with regards to light and sun direction, Even so the central nest area remains in full shade while the outer rocks most of which I have cropped out over expose by the direct sunlight and camera settings used for the shadowed area,   It is still very pleasing to watch the young birds being looked after so well by their hard working mother

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