Red Kites have reddish-brown plumage, a white-grey head and a forked/concave tail. The under-wing has a white section just before the wingtips.
They are resident through much of their range in Europe and North Africa, but those in the far north migrate south in winter.
Red Kites over the Chilterns, England
Soaring and spotting prey (small rodents, rabbits, lizards, carrion) from high up.
Stooping to the ground at speed to take prey
Taking off with prey (carrion)