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Old Monday 3rd August 2020, 16:41   #1
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Hawk ID. N. Sweden

Hello.

Sparrowhawk ?

Female/Male ?

Pray ? (1 cy White Wagtail ?)

Thanks.

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Prey is indeed a White Wagtail (Long strong legs, long tail with white edges, grey and white plumage)-
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Prey is indeed a White Wagtail (Long strong legs, long tail with white edges, grey and white plumage)-
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looks adult female to my eyes
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looks adult female to my eyes
OK. Thank you!
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