Falcon Nest webcam from Poland
Falcon's Nest in Poland - description
The falcon falcon is a cosmopolitan widespread falconic bird. The female is significantly larger than the male and can reach up to the size of the raven. It has long pointed wings and a short tail that narrows to the end. The coloring is the most striking characteristic dark "beard" on the white face. Its predators are predominantly birds up to the size of the duck.
The wingspan of the migratory falcon is 85 - 115 cm, body length 35 - 50 cm. Males weigh from 500 g to 750 g, females are significantly larger and weigh 910 to 1500 g. The size is variable as well as color, depending on which subspecies are. Larger species are larger, southern species are smaller.
The plums are sexually mature at two to three years. Before nesting, he performs aerobatic engagement flights. In nature they nest mostly on rock walls, if they do not have rocks, they also nest in an old nest of another species. The nest itself does not build or modify, it often nests on a rock on a bare base. There was also a nest on the ground. He likes human structures and often nests in the ruins of castles or various towers. Still, unlike kestrel, it does not nest too often in large cities. They regularly return to their nests, or they nest at least near the old site.
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