Hi, I am new to the group and new to Kestrels. I live on 3 acres outside of Ashland, OH with an open large backyard, lined with dead trees. We have a chicken coop on the edge of the yard and yesterday I noticed the cutest bird on top. After getting
I own 64 acres in SE Indiana that I moved from mainly hay fields to native warm season grasses about 10 years ago. Around that time I put up Kestrel boxes but was unsuccessful in attracting a pair. During the winter I would ususally get a female that
Hi All, By now you all have received the news the AKP will not be hosting a live stream in 2019.This is unfortunate but leaves more funds for important reserch. We at Nu-Sun Cinema are continueing our HD LIVE STREAM of the Kestrels for the 6th year.
I recently saw a Cornell Lab video of a Kestrel box where the substrate at the bottom of the box was some sort of pebble mix instead of say wood shavings. Is this a better/worse substrate for the eggs or does it work against European Starlings better?