The name Kestrel is given to several different members of the Falcon genus "Falco". Smallest among the Falcon family, the American Kestrel is indigenous to our home state of North Carolina and is sometimes called a "windhover". Like a drone, Kestrels can hover in still air, have tremendous eyesight and can even detect ultraviolet light to locate prey. The only thing missing is the the ability to record still images and video for data analysis but that's what we're here for. Small, fast, well equipped and smart - that's Kestrel.