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Peregrine Falcon Poland (1 Viewer)


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Today, while working in my garden I heard 2 birds fighting in the air.. I ran for my camera, but they were already quite far away.. I got the attached shots.. I assume it's 2 Peregrine Falcons, but I just never remember to see even juvenile with so brownish belly, like a buzzard, without a clear streaking..

Can anyone just confirm that the birds in the pictures looks right for Peregrine, since I'm not sure which pictures are of which of the birds, and I can't really see what else it should be..



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Thanks for your replies..

Both of them had very similar jizz and it seemed too elegant and speedy for a Buzzard.. I'm quite sure it can be ruled out..

I'll report them in as two Peregrines, except someone objects?..
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