The photos will be added continuously during the year.
The clutch of the year 2018 was delayed by the visit of a barn owl.
Six eggs were finally laid.
Unfortunately an egg was quickly damaged and then eliminated by the female. 5 nestlings were born, but 1 of the nestlings died a few hours after birth.
A second young falcon died later.
Three young falcons have taken flight.
In this gallery you will find the history in detail this year, accompanied by photos as well as videos.
2017 is the year of return of the ‘ Falcons of Théding ‘ after 8 years of absence…
The surveillance system is restored and updates, allowing the Internet users to follow the nest via a live webcam.
5 nestlings developed before our eyes until they took flight.
After 2009, the Falcons marked a long absence on our nesting site.
It benefits others. As in 2011, it is where a squirrel has elected home.
But what happened in 2009 ?
A rare clutch: seven eggs! But these were suddenly abandoned without apparent explanation…
The monitoring system is switched to continuous with the sound for a webcam.
This system has allowed to follow this beautiful year Live: 6 nestlings flew away!
First year of video surveillance 24h/24, 7d/7 with an update of the nest images every 15 seconds.
Pity, 2007 was very bad for the ‘Falcons of Théding’…
6 eggs were laid, some were damaged by the parents. Only one little one was born. But following the death of the male, the only young falcon did not survive.
No photos between 2003 and 2006 but Falcons have nested well on our site.
The year 2006 sent 6 nestlings in the air!
This page is perfect to see the evolution of young Falcons day after day. Indeed, every day a picture was taken.
No photo between the year 1996 and 2001, the follow-up was not yet assured. But the Falcons have come to nest every year, archives in the form of dates exist in the history of the ‘falcons of Théding’.
Some photos of the years 2001 à 2003: beautifuls clutches of 6 nestlings!
1996… The year of installation of the first couple of kestrel at the nesting site.
Here is a small archive of photos, showing a brood of 5 nestlings with their mother.
Your photos ...
This gallery includes photos shared by different people who have the chance to observe or welcome kestrels Falcons.
If you also want to send your photos to appear in this beautiful gallery, do not hesitate to write to the ‘ Falcons of Théding ‘ via the contact form.
Thank you all for your participation!