Sparrowhawk

Even though the snow has melted, the food is still sparse for the animlas here in Denmark. This means that they take more chances than they usually would.
This sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) attacked a flock of Rooks and slayed one right outside my windows. Obviously on a day where I didn’t have the Tamron 150-600mm G2 mounted and ready.
So, after frantically running around collecting camera and lens, I were able to take a picture of the proud hawk. The remaining Rooks kept going at it, so it soon disappeared into the nearby woods with its prey.

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