Sunday, 2 November 2008


Thanks to Jaundiced Hack on Tony Kempster's forum I now know that the bird of prey hovering over the fields at Earlswood was a kestrel. Apparently the kestrel is the only British bird of prey that is able to hover.

So there you go, life is an education!

1 comment:

Richard said...

During the second era of non league football at Hereford United, there was always a visit from a sparrowhawk in the second half of winter games. Starlings would roost on the floodlight pylons, not disturbed by the sleeping Conference crowds and the hawk would turn up for dinner.