3 thoughts on “Anyone for Breakfast?”

  1. John

    I use “A Field Guide to the Birds of Britain and Europe” as an aid to ornithological identification.

    The attached photo is taken from this guide.

    To my eyes the image I posted looks nothing like a female sparrow hawk but does look rather like a juvenile Goshawk. One other resident, Mr Anon, has also seen this bird and takes the view that it is a Goshawk


  2. The person who advised me wasn’t relying on any book, merely many years of ornithological study.

    Remember Shakespears comment from Merchant of Venice. “All that glisters is not gold, often have you heard that told”. It applies to Goshawkes as well.

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