Double-brooding kestrels’ eggs hatch

June 29, 2015 Joel Jorgensen

With all the recent happening with Peregrine Falcons the American Kestrels have been overshadowed.  However, it is time to revisit our prolific pair.  The last time I blogged about them was at the end of May when they were both fledging offspring from their first clutch and starting their second one, at the same time. ...

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