Date Last Updated: August 19, 2019

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  • Southeastern Kestrel Management on Fort Polk

    In 1992, Fort Polk banded its first juvenile kestrels, which were from a nest located in an enlarged RCW cavity. The kestrel nest tree was within 100 feet of an RCW nest tree, which indicates that...

  • Southeastern American Kestrel in Louisiana

    The American Kestrel (Falco sparverius) is the smallest member of the family Falconidae in North America. The American Kestrel can be identified by two distinct black streaks on each side of the ...

  • Intrusion Costs Louisiana on Many Levels

    Nearly 100 years ago, Theodore Roosevelt walked amongst the thousands of shorebirds nesting and roosting in the rookeries along the United States’ coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Due to his ...