The American Kestrel is the smallest and most delicate-looking of our falcons, with long wings and a long tail. Its head is blue, brown, and white. Males are brightly colored, with reddish-brown backs, slate-blue wings streaked with black, and tan breasts with black spots. The male’s head is blue and brown, and both sexes have bold, black eyespots at the napes of their necks. Females are brown streaked with black on the back, and white streaked with brown on the breast. The female has multiple bands on her tail. Both sexes have two bold, vertical face stripes.
First Sighting of Year
|Saturday, April 2, 2016||233 Pork Point Rd Bowdoinham ME United States|
|Friday, January 13, 2017||963€“989 Sawyer St South Portland ME United States|
|Friday, February 23, 2018||2680€“2698 Sunset Ave San Diego CA United States|