Sorry for the Tarantino reference, can't help myself sometimes and searching for a title (John Wayne in Ford's 'classic').
Back in October 2012 I was down at Newton Marsh on the crack of (before all the wagons); grey miserable morning and the light wasn't anything but I came across this Peregrine on a kill and thought I'd share it with you.
I have so much stuff I haven't loaded, only because events overtake me before I do, and then days become weeks, become months...
and I was lucky enough to capture this Little Grebe, which I think are resident down there but you are a lucky to get four brief sightings in twelve months of these elusive birds.
The Peregrine protected its kill from these Carrion Crows, I assume a duck of some description (hence title); I didn't see the actually attack and capture, before the Peregrine departed – note the tatty tail feathers.
Simply illustrates what goes on when we are not looking and how a raptor of this size will take on larger birds!