Kestrel House

Kestrel house with an internal ledge for being on the outlook.Formerly called the Sparrow Hawk, the kestrel eats insects and small rodents. House includes an internal perch (shown in photo below with door open) so mother and babies can keep an eye out for their next meal. Habitat: Lives in towns and cities, parks, farmlands, along highways and in open country. Range: Breeds from Alaska and Northwest Territories east through Maritime Provinces, and south throughout continent. Winters north to British Columbia, Great Lakes and New England.