We are having rainy weather here in San Angelo. The nasty, drizzly, dreary kind of stuff that tends to keep a person indoors. So what does a guy do, when he has hundreds (thousands?) of photos in his files. I decided to see what I had of interest. There has been a lot of interest lately in the American Kestrels. Lo and behold, I discovered that I had a bunch of images that may or not have ever been seen before
with the human eye in one of my posts. In short, I think that I have never posted some of them before. So here for your enjoyment are a few of those that I think were photographed in early 2011, or somewhere around there. Click on the images to see some really great enlargements.
This American Kestrel, as you can see was watching me intently, and shortly he took of from that little branch. The following two images are immediately after that.
In the next two, this Kestrel can’t make up his mind whether to trust me or not. He keeps looking back at me. I wonder if he strained his neck in the second image.
I think this one below is getting ready to go on a hunt.
Hunt accomplished. Looks like a good meal to me.
A successful hunt, catching a small field mouse. I hope you enjoyed these photos. I’ll be back another day with maybe more surprises. It depends on how long these rainy days last.