Adopt Waldo the American Kestrel
Waldo arrived at Hawks Aloft in the fall of 2012, transferred to us by a local rehabilitator. We are unsure of his history, but it’s possible that his wing injury was caused by a car strike. He is named after Waldo of the Where’s Waldo books because he had such a talent for hiding in his flight cage at his initial caretaker’s home. He is elusive in his mews to this day! Waldo is fully retired from his Avian Ambassador job and no longer attends public programs. Instead, he is a full-time foster dad to kestrel babies during the nesting season. We are thankful for all your hard work, Waldo!