The kestrel at Théding: welcome!
Every spring since 1996, a pair of kestrels come to nest in the attic of an old farm in Théding to give birth to chicks. You can follow this kestrel family’s natural adventure in real-time or relive the emotions of past years through the archives.
The kestrel gave its name to our website. But since 2019, it is also possible to follow the broods of different species of birds through cameras embedded in nest boxes. Read the news for the latest about our feathered friends.
What are you going to find on this dedicated site to kestrel?
Learn all about the Kestrel Falcon
Would you like to know more about the Kestrel ?
I created for you a descriptive sheet, which brings together all of my knowledge about the kestrel.
The birds of Théding
Since 2019, the kestrel is no longer the only bird on this website to allow us to follow it live!
Indeed, other birds, big or small, show us their structuring to raise their offspring during the spring time.
Choose your webcam by clicking on the following button and enjoy all the unique moments nature has to offer.
The life of the kestrel in Paris
Parisian citizens and acrobats of the air, the Kestrels have chosen to have their home in our beautiful capital.
Find it in the towers of ‘Notre Dame de Paris’, the ‘Tour Eiffel’, the ‘Sacré Cœur’ and many other monuments.
The kestrel, “Bird of the Year” 2008
The species of the Kestrel Falcon is currently classified on the list of potentially threatened birds.
Therefore, in order to preserve the species, it was elected “Bird of the Year” in 2008.
I found a raptor on the ground, what to do?
If you are here because you have found a raptor on the ground, read the ‘ Save a Hawk ‘ page quickly to find out how to proceed. Knowing the first steps can help you save its life. You will also find the care center the closest to you.
Enjoy the Falcons of Théding
The site is frequently updated when falcons are present at the nesting boxes: photos or videos are regularly added to the various galleries. To be informed of news, subscribe to the newsletter (at the bottom of the page) and follow us on social networks. Do not forget to add this site to your favorites in order to benefit regularly from the evolution of the birds.
Go behind the scenes to discover the installation behind the birds and the principle of live broadcasting.
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