Saker Falcon
Falco cherrug

– large falcon, female only slightly smaller than Common Buzzard
– mainly non-migratory, long-range dispersal possible


Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes, AD
BIF1876, 13/06/2014, Bayan Ovoo, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes, AD
BIF1877, 13/06/2011, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes
BIF1878, 13/06/2011, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes, AD
BIF1879, 13/06/2011, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes, AD
BIF1880, 13/06/2011, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes, AD
BIF1881, 13/06/2011, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Saker Falcon Falco c. cherrug, 1CY
BIF1882, 28/08/2011, Besh Barmag Azerbaijan, Michael Heiß

Saker Falcon Falco c. cherrug, 1CY
Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni
BIF1883, 28/08/2011, Besh Barmag Azerbaijan, Michael Heiß

Saker Falcon Falco c. cherrug, 1CY
Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni
BIF1884, 28/08/2011, Besh Barmag Azerbaijan, Michael Heiß

Saker Falcon Falco cherrug milvipes, AD
BIF1885, 14/06/2011, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

voice: usually nonvocal during migration

comparison species:
Laggar Falcon (v)
Lanner Falcon (v)
Gyr Falcon (v)
Peregrine Falcon (v)
Barbary Falcon (v)

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