American kestrel


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Synonyms for American kestrel

small North American falcon

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In American Kestrels for which brood sizes had been experimentally manipulated, growth rates (mass) of females in larger broods were lower than those in control or reduced broods, and ninth primary length in young from enlarged broods was smaller than that in young from smaller broods; however, tarsus length did not differ among brood sizes (Gard and Bird 1992).
A female American kestrel (Falco spaverius) fledgling was presented to the Wildlife Health Center at Cornell University after being found on the ground in Woodhull, Steuben County, New York.
We commend FPL for preserving and expanding nesting sites for the rare Southeastern American Kestrels at Manatee County's Duette Preserve," said Marianne Korosy, Audubon Florida Important Bird area coordinator.
hemapterus abundance between early and late broods, nor did Dawson and Bortolotti (1997) for American Kestrels.
However, survival in the wild remains poorly known for the American Kestrel (Smallwood and Bird 2002).
Open Land or Woodland Margins - American kestrel box, 24x12x10, $20; gray and fox squirrel box, 22x12x13, $31; bluebird, chickadee or wren box, 14x6x8, $9; northern flicker box, 32x8x12, $40; bat box, 36x25x10, $95; or winter roosting box (can be used by chickadees, wrens, nuthatches, titmice, woodpeckers or bluebirds), 30x10x12, $30.
Microclimate, specifically the average temperature and relative humidity in unoccupied American Kestrel nest boxes varied according to nest box orientation.
Chris Stratman, a Lane Community College student, was impressed with an American kestrel falcon dining on a mouse.
According to state law, the falconer's first bird can only be a red-tailed hawk or an American kestrel, which are caught in the wild and usually released later in favor of another type of bird.
Avian Research and Conservation Institute - to produce a rangewide strategic plan for recovery of the remnant, steadily-declining population of Southeastern American Kestrel.
gentilis) 1 Rcd-tailed Hawk (Buteu jamaicensis) 3 Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) 1 American Kestrel (Falco sparverius) P Merlin (F.
The Cascades Raptor Center is asking for help in keeping an eye out for a 3-year-old American kestrel falcon that escaped last week from the center on Fox Hollow south of Eugene.
Open Land or Woodland Margins - American kestrel box, 24x12x13, $20; gray and fox squirrel box, 18x12x12, $30; bluebird, chickadee or wren box, 11x6x9, $7; northern flicker box, 32x8x12, $25; bat box, 36x25x10, $95; or winter roosting box (can be used by chickadees, wrens, nuthatches, titmice, woodpeckers or bluebirds), 30x10x14, $30.
High turnover rates at American Kestrel boxes in southwestern Idaho were similar to those reported for Merlins in Saskatchewan (James et al.
Abstract: A fatal adenovirus infection is described in a wild-caught American kestrel (Falco sparverius).
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