Female sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) bathing in water, Pusztaszer, Kiskunság National Park.  Picture: Bence Mate/NPL / Rex Features

Female sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) bathing in water, Pusztaszer, Kiskunság National Park.  Picture: Bence Mate/NPL / Rex Features

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    Just look at her face. She is like “OMG they caught me!”
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    It looks so serious, hahaha
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    Haha eyes O_o What a fat birdie ^^
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    that fool looks stressed as fuck.
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    水浴び中。顔がこわいけど、お腹のあたりもこもこで気持ち良さそう。
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