Lyn's notes on her Falcon Design
The lesser Kestrel (Falco Naumanii) is an endangered species. They now breed only in Spain (less pesticides used) and Kazakistan (there they breed amongst the stones on Graves as they know no human beings go near these) They fly to South Africa for our Sumers. They live in huge flocks here, preferably a few thousand to a tree. And here they prefer noisy and well populated places. Our Ornthologist friend took us to a township outside Wellington to watch a flock spiral down into a huge eucalyptus tree. It was an unforgettable site!