We know how much everyone loves to watch the family fledge chicks every year, and hope that you will also enjoy watching our family of American Kestrels again this spring as they raise their chicks just south of Boise.
American Kestrels are a declining species throughout much of North America and your assistance to monitor them and provide observations through our interactive website is valuable in helping us to solve the mystery of their decline.
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June 27 We have received confirmation that all of the chicks have successfully fledged the nest!We wanted to thank all of you for watching the Falcon Cam this season and please come visit us at The World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho this summer! We are working to get the camera position changed back to the nesting platform.We're not sure why it was repositioned and do not have control over that aspect of the set-up, but will do our best to switch it back quickly so that you can see the chicks again! June 2 You've probably started to notice that the chicks are not always in view of the camera now.Both the male and female are often out hunting at this point since it's warm enough outside during the day that the chicks don't need to be constantly incubated.May 6 Just in time for Mother's Day weekend, we have chicks in the nest!
May 26 The Peregrine Falcon chicks are getting new jewelry this morning courtesy of Idaho Department of Fish and Game!