Common Kestrel Coloring Page

We present to you another Birdorable Coloring Page: the Common Kestrel, also known as the European Kestrel. These birds are so cute! When we lived in Europe we often saw them hovering next to the highway. Go to Coloring Pages to download these two new PDFs. You can check our Meet the Birds page to get some color guidance.

Birdorable Common Kestrel coloring page

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Ashira on June 15, 2009 at 10:34 AM wrote:
Wheee! Kestrels are my newest obsession. ^___^ I'll have to print out six or seven of these to colour...

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