Prescott Valley Animal Control was able to assist in helping the smallest of the falcon family, a Kestrel, to receive rehabilitation at the Wild at Heart Raptor Rescue last week. The Kestrel was found in Chino Valley on December 29th and was kept safe by a good Samaritan. The person called Prescott Valley Animal Control, who took the small falcon to a rally point at Sunset Point and I-17, where a volunteer at the rescue was waiting. The bird was then taken to their facility to receive care for a broken wing. The American Kestrel, also called the Sparrow Hawk, is the smallest and most common falcon in North America. It can fly up to 39 miles-per-hour.