|Heavily cropped shot of Sparrowhawk, Rosary Cemetery, Norwich|
|Original uncropped Sparrowhawk shot, Rosary Cemetery, Norwich|
This bird gave its presence away by constantly calling presumably to its mate for food and was [for a Sparrowhawk] remarkably tolerant of my presence. I think it may be a young bird but will have a bit of a look in some books and update this blog if that isn't the case. I've now had a look in my 'Collins Guide' and have change my mind the grey back colour [as opposed to brown in a Juvenile which should also have some white edging to its back feathers] and the uniform nature of its chest barring make me think this was a adult female.
|Sparrowhawk, Rosary Cemetery, Norwich|