May 2002 -- A young male American Kestrel, part of a brood of four. Their parents nested inside an attic, which of course proved to be a less than desirable location! While they were still nestlings, they were removed from the makeshift nest and placed inside a cardboard box mounted on the wall of the house below the roof. The adults took to this change without a problem, and eventually all four chicks fledged successfully.
(Photo by Mike Ellis)
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