Kestrels nest in a range of cavities, usually with an open outlook.
Making a nestbox for kestrels
Kestrels are small falcons, with long wings and tail, often seen hovering over grassland. They eat a variety of small prey, including mammals, birds, worms and beetles.
Our nestbox design can be fixed either to trees, poles or buildings in undisturbed locations close to grassland and with good visibility.
You can print the plan for a kestrel nestbox here.