Jackdawning realisation

As well as all the Lesser Kestrels, there are Jackdaws everywhere in Matera in southern Italy. They’re on the rooftops, on window ledges and in holes in the stonework.

Jackdaw - The Hall of Einar  - photograph (c) david Bailey (not the)

Then the dawning realisation comes to me: there are so many Jackdaws here because they eat Lesser Kestrel eggs and chicks.

Jackdaw - The Hall of Einar  - photograph (c) david Bailey (not the)

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