I always welcome new visitors to my camera traps.
Here's my most recent and newest visitor.
This is the first time I've ever gotten one on a camera-trap.
Kestrels are not your "typical" predatory bird. They're tiny compared to most eagles and hawks.
They are closely related to peregrine falcons and share the fast-paced and quick turns that are common of the falcons. What's really interesting about this specific one is that it is on a deer carcass in the snow. It chewed at the tendons of the deer for about 4 minutes and then flew off.