$8 - Children (under 2 years old FREE)
$11 - Adults
$7 - Students (13-17) & Seniors (62+)

Hours
Tues - Sun, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Animals

American Kestrel

Birds-Kestrel

This animal is not on exhibit in the habitats. It is one of our Animal Ambassadors and is used in public and school programs.

Latin Name

Falco sparverius

Kestrel's History at CuriOdyssey

This bird has a fractured humeral that is partially healed, but it cannot fly well. The kestral came to CuriOdyssey in 2007.

Birth Date

Spring 2003

What do Kestrels eat?

Kestrel's diet comprises of insects, bats, mice, birds, lizards, small snakes, and frogs. At CuriOdyssey, they are served mice, chicks, quails, and insects.

How long do Kestrels live?

In the Wild: 1-3 years.
In Captivity: average is 10-15 years, oldest recorded was 19 years.

Where do Kestrels live?

Kestrels can found along borders of woodlands, open fields, pastures with scattered trees, highways, arid plains and deserts, and wooded canyons. They range in North America from southern Canada to central Mexico and down through South America as far as Tierra Del Fuego.

Are American Kestrels endangered?

No special wildlife conservation status, although populations in the southeastern US have been in serious decline since mid-1900’s due to habitat loss and destruction, as well as pesticides; listed as threatened in Florida.

Adopt me!

Your contribution helps provide my food, toys, and medical care. I’ll stay at the museum, and you’ll get a photo of me and a certificate as reminders of your generosity. Check out our adoption section and see all of our adoption levels.

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LOCATION

1651 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo, CA 94401

650-342-7755
info@curiodyssey.org

CuriOdyssey is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Tax ID 94-1262434

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