Kestrel Webcam at Hawk Mountain

See you in 2016

American Kestrel Live Video Feed

One of five eggs laid in our American kestrel nestbox hatched in spring 2015 and the young kestrel fledged as of July 10, 2015. We hope you will return in 2016 and we hope to have another falcon family. 

View kestrel webcam clips from 2014

An American kestrel curricula is now available. Contact Director of Education Erin Brown to learn more or get involved: 610-756-6000 x208, or visit the Education Page. You can also contact Erin about teacher workshop in March 2016 on using the webcam in the classroom. 

You also can learn more about our long-term kestrel nestbox study, or view the list of other learning aids we offer online.

Learn more about the American kestrel now

Thank you, Webcam Supporters

Special thanks to the private landowner who graciously allowed us to install a webcam in the protection of a barn. The webcam is located within five miles of Hawk Mountain on private property. Sorry, but visits to the cam are not possible.

We also thank our sponsors, including MoJo Active, Alvernia University, Lyric Wild Bird Food and Perky-Pet.

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