Recently I was also fortunate to come across a Peregrine Falcon. There is some debate as to whether or not this is a wild bird or one released from captivity. It has no jesses on its legs so it is not an escapee bird. Either way these birds are rare and I am pleased that I managed to record the following sequence
I first see the bird on a kill that looks like a female Pallid Harrier. This looks like a decomposed meal judging by all the flies visible. Notice how the bird's attention has been caught by something off to the left
The falcon took off and flew to my left. It catches a mouse on the road near where I was parked.
It immediately begins feeding, obviously preferring the fresh meal to the old one it has just abandoned
In this image it is busy ingesting the innards of the mouse
Here the remains of the mouse are being swallowed
Here it is carrying out some post meal talon maintenance
In the last image of the sequence the falcon departs from the scene of the meal