I was fortunate enough to see this Kestrel perched atop a tree in a pasture on the road leading down to Snettisham Beach. Having grabbed some shots from the car I managed to get out and cross the road, get some more shots and then move slightly closer down the fence line and for once it did not fly off!
This is a male and was sat at the very top on a slender perch. The bird was actually swaying quite dramatically in the wind so the outcome is quite satisfying. All handheld.
The male and female Kestrels are of similar size the main difference being in the pattern on the wings and the male has a bluish grey head and red-brown upperparts whilst the female has a brown head and tail.