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Nesting cavities are particularly limited in open habitats where trees are scarce, which is why some species, such as bluebirds and American kestrels, may inspect a new birdhouse the day it's installed.
Left, fellow Dudley Zoo newcomer Ruby, an American kestrel
American Kestrel: Pint-Sized Predator pairs gorgeous color photos by Kate Davis and Rob Palmer with a blend of natural history and photos from a bird expert who considers the American kestrel, and is a fine pick for any who want to learn about its habits and habitats.
The group on Sunday would later see an American kestrel doing the same in a backyard near Royal Avenue and Fisher Road.
"This is an American kestrel, the smallest falcon in North America." The visitor's expression was polite, but uninvolved.
Zeffer, a 1-year-old American Kestrel falcon, made his first public debut at Pueblo.
Also seen during the Athol-area count was an American kestrel, a hawk seen only one other time by Athol birders during Christmas bird counts; and a Lapland longspur, for only a fourth time.
JRCS Falconry houses 30 birds, with seven species of falcon, including a Gyr - the world's largest falcon, nine species of owl, as well as vulture, an American kestrel, eagle and hawk.
jamaicensis; rough-legged hawk; American kestrel, Falco sparverius; and northern harrier) was sufficiently large to include in statistical analyses.
These days he has literally hundreds ranging from buzzards and eagles to hawks, falcons and owls - with the smallest being a three-and-a-half ounce American kestrel and the largest a 20lb vulture.
1600 h, the junior author and two colleagues were present when an adult red-tailed hawk captured and killed an adult female American kestrel (Falco sparverius) at Lemon Tank, San Clemente Island.
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