The red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus), formerly the western red-footed falcon, is found in eastern Europe and Asia. It winters in Africa. The adult male is all blue-grey, except for his red undertail and legs; its underwings are uniformly grey. The female has a grey back and wings, orange head and underparts, and a white face with black eye stripe and moustaches. Young birds are brown above and buff below with dark streaks, and a face pattern like the female. A colonial breeder, it reuses the old nests of corvids, such as rooks.