American Kestrels

These three young American Kestrels fell or jumped out of their nest. They were all covered in caked mud, bird droppings, and fur (from their food). Kestrel 7.16.17 is a male and was rescued 3 days before his two sisters.

Date Admitted: 7.16.17 and 7.19.17

Location Found: Jackson, WY

Update: All three were given baths upon arrival at Teton Raptor Center and placed in an incubator. They have all been placed together and are eating well.

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AMKE 7.16.17 (Male)

AMKE 7.16.17 (Male)

AMKE 7.19.17 A (Female)

AMKE 7.19.17 A (Female)

AMKE 7.19.17 B (Female)

AMKE 7.19.17 B (Female)

Bath time! This is one of the 7.19.17 females.                         Photo credit: Taylor E., our Rehabilitation Extern.

Bath time! This is one of the 7.19.17 females.                         Photo credit: Taylor E., our Rehabilitation Extern.

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