The Eagle Mountain Kestrel Project is a citizen-science effort dedicated to the study and conservation of American Kestrels. Founded in 2015 this work has had amazing successes in our community. With more than 30 man made nest sites that experience an average usage rate of around 75%, these sites contribute to the population of Kestrel with around 75 new fledglings every year.

Follow their Facebook page here: Eagle Mountain Kestrel Project

Enjoy the Ketrel Project’s KestrelCams! These feeds are live 24/7 with infrared overnight. The nest is located in Eagle Mountain and has been successful for years, producing many fledglings.