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i think it might be a female kestrel
Looks like a young Golden Eagle, (Aquila chrysaetos), or a Merlin, (Falco tinnunculus). Both native to upland areas, particularly in Scotland.
Colours of beak and claws and lack of streaks seems to fit Golden Eagle best.
This is clearly nothing like a Kestrel nor a Merlin, both of which have distinctive markings, and are much, much smaller.
This bird looks to have jesses on its legs, and is presumably a captive bird.
Not sure this is a goldie, looks almost too light for a juv Golden Eagle, and the tail doesn't appear to have a pale base and dark terminal band.....
It must be a captive bird; so could it be a cross of some sort?
Its CERTAINLY a tawny eagle. Aquila rapax
Lat/Lng: 55.8749, -3.1063
OS grid ref: NT308651
picture taken while visiting dalhousie castle scotland