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Jim Shane

Boise, ID, United States


These two female American Kestrel fledglings had only ben out of the nesting box for less than 24 hours when this photo was taken. The sisters found comfort in each others company as they waited for the parent birds to bring food as they had not yet learned to hunt.



Sisterly Love

American Kestrel fledglings comfort each other out in the real world.

One response to “Sisterly Love”

  1. Anna says:

    So sweet! I could look at this all day!

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