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Dickinson's kestrel (Falco dickinsoni) is named after John Dickinson, an English physician and missionary who collected the type specimen. It is also known as the white-rumped kestrel. Unlike the common kestrel, it usually hunts from a perch and only occasionally hovers. It has big eyes, comparatively heavy bill and large feet, and is a resident of south-central and south-eastern Africa.
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