In 2001, a successful breeding case was recorded on a camping site of 7.5 ha near Tilburg in the southern Netherlands. Despite considerable human attention, this pair produced three nestlings, two of which fledged in early July. Among prey remains, those of carrion crow Corvus corone, common woodpigeon Columba palumbus and – probably- Siberian groundsquirrel Tamias sibiricus (an escapee from a nearby zoo) were identified.