Kestrels soar to top spot at quarries

Kestrels have become the most commonly seen bird of prey at a series of quarries that have undergone major restoration work.

Rocky ledges, open spaces and grasses found at quarries attract buzzards. Picture: RSPB
Rocky ledges, open spaces and grasses found at quarries attract buzzards. Picture: RSPB

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