Fortunately, kestrels quickly adapt to humans. This is not surprising, because in my country they often nest in cities. Of course, it is too early to say that they are part of the urban ecosystem, but their presence no longer surprises anyone.
My kestrels I often call "my parrots" or "my hens." This is a joke, of course.
This baby kestrel has also quite adapted. Since he is on his own, I settled him in the aviary along with other young kestrels.