Sunday, November 1, 2009
Spread throughout Australasia, Indomalaya, and most of Wallacea
the Spotted Kestrel inhabits grasslands with scattered trees, lightly wooded cultivation
and the edges of primary and tall secondary forest.
Along logging roads, it occasionally penetrates forests,
and sometimes inhabits clearings within forested areas. It has also been known
to live in areas of human habitation