Kestrels fledging

June 6, 2014 Joel Jorgensen

On a positive note, the American Kestrel chicks have started to fledge and leave the confines of their nestbox.   It is now 8:32 a.m. Friday morning and just in the last fifteen minutes two more have taken the leap.  Only two of the five chicks remain.  There were four female and one male kestrel offspring ...

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