We sent our son up the big eucalyptus tree the other day to check on the kestrels. We knew there was another pair up there after the death of Mr. Kestrel's first wife. There has been enough time since the new pair moved in for them to have laid eggs, have them hatch and fledge. But we haven't seen any evidence of babies yet.
I made sure he took my camera to record what he found. And his big sister watched from below to make sure there were no aerial attacks from angry small falcons.
There are two little birdies up there!
I may be wrong but I think because they are so young this is probably the second clutch. I hope we get to see these when they fledge.