American Kestrel Education with Nature’s Educators | Wildlife in 360 VR

Devin Jaffe speaks on the American kestrels. American kestrels are one of the few raptors that have distinct male/female color morphs. Males have blue-grey wings, whereas females have more rufous coloring. Kestrels are the smallest falcon in the United States and are nicknamed the “Sparrow Hawk” for their ability to hunt other birds in addition to ground-based prey.

Nature’s Educators is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational wildlife organization based in Sedalia, Colorado. Nature’s Educators is licensed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to care for nonreleasable birds of prey and their mission is to elevate the care and protection of wildlife by fostering memorable connections that inspire our community to become more environmentally conscious through collaboration, education, and rehabilitation.

http://www.natureseducators.org

Filmed in 5K 360.

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