En-us: Lesser Kestrel Ca: Xoriguer petit Da: Lille Tårnfalk De: Rötelfalke Es: Cernícalo primilla Fi: pikkutuulihaukka Fr: Faucon crécerellette It: Grillaio Nl: Kleine Torenvalk No: Rødfalk Pt: Peneireiro-das-torres Sv: Rödfalk Ru: Степная пустельга
Lesser Kestrel has been reported in the following areas (Bird News Extra subscribers can see a list of all records, as well as charts and graphs analysing the data by area, year, month, age and sex):
Lesser Kestrel breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):
Surveys in Senegal have revealed one of the largest bird of prey roosts ever found. read on
Days to Remember Birding in East Africa — Lesser Kestrels and Red-backed Shrikes
Birding abroad can often be an eye-opener, in terms of culture, scenery and unfamiliar birds. However, it can also provide some fantastic spectacles of some of our scarcer species and rarities. Peter Turner recounts two exceptional events from the 1970s when he was in East Africa. log in
Days to Remember Lesser Kestrel on Fair Isle...15 years ago!
With just 17 accepted records, Lesser Kestrel is on most listers' 'most wanted'. Tynemouth birder Adrian Pitches takes us back 15 years to a day when he chanced upon a blocker – until the bird on the Isles of Scilly turned up that is! log in
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