Kestrels live in city parks and along highways, as well as in wild lands from northern Alaska to South America. Blending scientific research with easily understood interpretations and personal narratives, Wauer, retired from the National Park Service, provides facts on the bird's appearance and voice, distribution, migration, behavior, life history, enemies and threats, and the kestrel's relationship to humans. Color photos and a glossary are included. The author has written 23 books on wildlife. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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