This page is dedicated to the ongoing research of  the American Kestrel falcon. To educate us all in the preservation of this pint sized raptor. Hope you enjoy learning about this beautiful bird.


Over the past several years Nu-Sun Cinema has studied American Kestrel Falcons (Falco sparverius). For years we studied them from a distance and logged all our findings. In 2014 we decided to put a small camera in our nest boxes and produce a live stream hoping to see the world inside. In 2015 we went to HD with the cameras and live stream. It was incredible and we have continued to HD live stream since..

Kestrel general information

Cameras & nest boxes

Arrival and first  egg information

Eggs, Hatched, Fledged, information

We log mating, egg laying and rearing of Kestrels with

2014 Highlights & information

 American Kestrel Partnership click here to link to website in Boise Idaho USA

2015 Highlights & information

2016 Highlights & information

The Partnership consists of Naturalists, Citizen Scientists &

2017 Highlights & information

Professional Scientists to advance the conservation of the American Kestrel.

2018 Highlights & information

2019 Highlights  & Information

Our 2 nest boxes are registered in Canada and to our knowledge the only ones which have a live steam.

2020 Highlights  & Information

2021 Highlights  & Information

2022 Highlights & information

In 2021 we have registered our research area with the National Wildlife Federation

2023 Live Stream & information

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The links above ^ will guide you to a better understanding of the American Kestrel Falcon (Falco sparverius) and our ongoing yearly HD LIVE STREAM. The links will keep you informed and on this web site. They will give access to highlights of previous years and to the HD live stream and much more valuable information.

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In 2022 our research area has been certified by the Canadian Wildlife Federation.       

Thanks to Discover Owls for all the help and banding our Kestrel Kids. Click here to view their website.

Click here to view their website.