Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) is a bird of prey species belonging to the kestrel group of the falcon family Falconidae. It is also known as the European Kestrel, Eurasian Kestrel, or Old World Kestrel. It is widespread in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
American Kestrel (Falco sparverius), sometimes colloquially known as the Sparrow Hawk, is a small falcon, and the only kestrel found in the Americas. It is the most common falcon in North America, and is found in a wide variety of habitats.
The Saker Falcon is a large falcon species that breeds from Europe east across Asia to Manchuria. It's mainly migratory, wintering in Ethiopia, the Arabian peninsula, N Pakistan and W China. / Falcon on a Perch by Alex Thomson
African Pygmy Falcon: Dry semi-desert thornveld regions of Northern Cape and Namibia. The 'chip chip' call is a giveaway as are the white tail bars. Breeds in a chamber of the large untidy nests of the Sociable weaver that sprawl over trees in the region.