One member of the pair remained in the close proximity of the nest to protect the nestlings from possible predators. The other member of the pair arrived about five minutes later with a lizard in its talons.
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Eurasian Kestrel Falco tinnunculus brood food and feeding Potohar, Punjab, Pakistan.
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