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Utility providing habitats for Southeastern American Kestrel in Manatee County's Duette Preserve JUNO BEACH, Fla.
And at Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport, planes have suffered substantial damage in collisions with a long-tailed duck, an American kestrel, a snow goose and a great blue heron.
This is an American kestrel, the smallest falcon in North America.
Magpies using flicker cavities would also be in direct competition for nest sites not only with flickers (which reuse nest cavities) but also other species that use flicker holes, most notably American Kestrels (Falco sparverius), a cavity-nesting raptor.
We captured 208 American kestrels (Falco sparverius) (January, n=100; March, n=108) and 116 burrowing owls (Athene cunicularia) (January, n=52; March, n=64).
When police raided his home they found African hawk eagles, jackal buzzards, goshawks and American kestrels.
Ducks, Canada geese, American kestrels, red tail hawks, barn owls, seagulls, sparrows, horned larks, swallows and starlings are commonly found at the Eugene Airport, Stephens said.
These days he has literally hundreds ranging from buzzards and eagles to hawks, falcons and owls - with the smallest being a three-and-a-half ounce American kestrel and the largest a 20lb vulture.