Raptor Wednesday

The last time I saw the local American Kestrels together was on April 20. I assume the female is incubating now. (The male will sit on eggs, but the female does most of this work.)

I’ve seen the male a few times since. I only pass through these parts twice a day, though.

I’ve now seen him on this cable twice. It passes over a very busy intersection, a truck route and a major artery for the nearby bus terminal. While daily sightings from our apartment window are now no longer possible, I can now get closer than before.

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