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    Cute and Curious Kestrel is Far From Camera Shy

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    Watch a close-up of an adorable young bird that loves a highway security camera!

    In this delightful footage, captured on a Highways England camera at M5 motorway, the nosy kestrel looks into the camera fascinated by its owl reflection in it. Bracing itself against the wind, the bird had to fight off a magpie and a crow.


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