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Red Kite


Milvus milvus


Red kites have a rusty reddish-brown body with a deeply forked tail. Their head is pale grey and patterned with dark streaks, and they have a yellow beak with a dark hook and pale, striking eyes.


Their angular wings span 185cm. On the upper side, they are red-brown at the shoulders with darker tips and edges, while underneath there are characteristic blocks of white before darker, fingered wingtips.


The red kite is a scavenger and eats mostly carrion, roadkill and worms. If necessary, it will sometimes catch small, live prey such as voles, mice and birds.


Credit - Woodland Trust

    Red Kite

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