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Research shows kestrels enjoy life far from the madding crowd

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Scientists have long observed that roadways are attractive foraging grounds for American kestrels and other birds of prey. That's because shorter grass makes mice and other snack-sized rodents more visible, and signposts, fences and telephone poles provide excellent perches.


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