5/6/2017: Sometime in the morning, a fourth egg hatched!
Looks like this brood is a normal-sized brood for American Kestrels, and all the nestlings so far are fairly similar in age.
Thank you everyone who watched the cam and commented! 5/24/2017: Early in the morning, the nestlings were banded by Boise State University students from Dr. We can confirm that we have three females and one male nestling, and all four appear to be in good condition.
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We discovered she was caught and banded in 2016 as a breeder 5.5 miles away!
So this is not the first batch of nestlings this female raised.
So both adults keep a close eye out while the fledglings do their bumbling around.
Once the fledglings can hunt and survive on their own, they will leave the parents themselves.
Now, we estimate we are about a week and a half away from fledging!
A few days ago, we also captured the adult female and got her band number!
In the meantime, you can check out our forums to discuss kestrels with experts, or follow us on social media to follow continued kestrel discovery. The Kestrel Cam is located in Boise, Idaho at The Peregrine Fund’s World Center for Birds of Prey.
We just finished our sixth year of providing a window into a wild kestrel nest.
The kestrel nesting season concluded 2017 with four fledglings flying out into the world.
Kestrel Cam is currently off as we anxiously await the 2018 nesting season.
If the male seems gone often, it is because he is hunting.