Insect remains are all that is left in a Southeastern American
Kestrel nest box after the hatchlings have grown their flight
feathers and left the box.
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FWC Facts:Panthers space themselves so they will have enough food. If panthers lived close together, all the deer would soon be gone, and there wouldn't be enough to eat.
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