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The return of Kestrel-cam

Big news!   After overcoming an array of technical obstacles, our American Kestrel streaming video, A.K.A. KestrelCam, is back up and running after being offline for more than a year.

Currently, our resident unbanded female is incubating five eggs, the first of which was laid in late March. This means we may only have to wait approximately two weeks before the eggs will begin to hatch.  I know a lot of people missed KestrelCam during its absence and will be please to see it return.  Our IT and Communication Divisions deserve the credit for bringing it back.   You can find KestrelCam by clicking HERE.

Happy kestrel and Peregrine Falcon watching and good birding!

About Joel Jorgensen

Joel Jorgensen is a Nebraska native and he has been interested in birds just about as long as he has been breathing. He has been NGPC’s Nongame Bird Program Manager for eight years and he works on a array of monitoring, research, regulatory and conservation issues. Nongame birds are the 400 or so species that are not hunted and include the Whooping Crane, Least Tern, Piping Plover, Bald Eagle, and Peregrine Falcon. When not working, he enjoys birding.

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