PRSE de Madrid - Vaiwaion

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Common kestrel (male).
When hunting, the kestrel flies staying hovering, almost motionless, hoping to spot a prey. That is called "cerner" in Spanish, and that is why the Spanish common name of this bird of prey is "cernícalo".
Photograph taken outside the "PRSE de Madrid".

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