Unidentified Peregrine Prey

Subject: Unidentified Peregrine Prey
From: elliot leach <>
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 08:49:58 +1000
Hey everyone,
A guy I know has been undertaking observations of a nesting pair of
Peregrine's... a few weeks ago he emailed me this image.
He saw these wings fall from the nest, and thinks that the Peregrine's have
killed and eaten one of their fledged chicks (they had three this year).
Someone else who was out there suggested that these might be Hobby wings,
though other suggestions I've had from people on Feathers and Photos
include Brown Goshawk, Baza, Collared Sparrowhawk etc... I'm not sure of an
ID myself, so any input would be appreciated.



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