Some are regular migrants, including the lesser kestrel and red-footed falcon, which breed in southern and eastern Europe but winter in Africa; others roam more randomly, such as the peregrine. The kestrel is largely resident in the UK but a migrant in northern Europe. All have sharp, arched claws, large eyes and short, hooked bills with a small notch on the cutting edge.
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