[CT Birds] Kestrel Nest Box Interest

Diane Tucker dianetucker01 at comcast.net
Wed Apr 14 11:44:53 EDT 2010


Art Gingert and I just placed a kestrel box yesterday at Hill-Stead Museum, which as the crow flies is possibly less than a mile from the Farmington Meadows.   Fingers crossed.
Diane Tucker
On Apr 14, 2010, at 9:33 AM, paul cianfaglione wrote:

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> A couple years back, Tom Sayers and I scoped out a few potential nest box sites along the Farmington River for kestrels. Obviously, it was my hope that one day there would be more nesting kestrels in the area. This morning, there was a pair of kestrels in the Farmington Meadows (one female in the box and one male on top of the box) who seemed pretty excited about one of Tom's new boxes! Let's hope the have continued success. 
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> Paul Cianfaglione
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