After seeing a Peregrine falcon on the wetlands: (see http://sussexrambler.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/peregrine-falcon-at-rspb-pulborough.html
for more pictures of that),
This is a site to visit in summer for the dragonflies. For now, I walked up the hill and behind the ancient burial mound.
Handsome Highland cattle roam freely on the Heath to keep the scrub under control.
A Kestrel flew into a clump of pines and fortunately posed for some minutes on the branch highlighted above, before it flew off.
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