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    Prairie Falcon? Devil's Tower, WY

    No-one here has identified it - so another option is to put it down as unidentified.
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    Prairie Falcon? Devil's Tower, WY

    Structure entirely wrong. Head too small, body too slim, wings too narrow, tail too long.
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    Prairie Falcon? Devil's Tower, WY

    Rather long-tailed with quite dinky proportions, so maybe American kestrel is most likely - but, given the way that moult has mucked up the wing-shape, I wouldn't even rule out an Accipiter.