The name “kestrel” is given to several different members of the falcon genus, Falco. Kestrels are most easily distinguished by their typical hunting behavior, which is to hover at a height of around 10 to 20 meters over open country — to hover; kestrels require a slight headwind — and swoop down on prey. This category’s projects are considered to be valuable hunts for the RSCN to guarantee improved nature conservation measures, hence the designation, “kestrel.”
Kestrel Category’s Sponsor Benefits:
As a sponsor of one of the RSCN’s programs and projects listed in the Kestrel Category, the sponsoring party will not only be publicly demonstrating their support for nature conservation, but will also be receiving the following benefits:
- Tax deduction for the whole amount of fund.
- Sponsor’s logo to be placed on all project-related publications (invitations, posters, t-shirts, etc.)
- Media coverage through press releases in local press, radio and TV stations, the RSCN’s Website, newsletters, and social media channels.
- Sponsor’s logo to be placed on the RSCN’s and Wild Jordan’s Websites under “Friends and Sponsors” section.
- Sponsor recognition at the RSCN’s annual general assembly meeting and annual members' events.
- Discounted membership.
- Special 10% discount on the RSCN/Wild Jordan Nature Shop’s high quality handicrafts produced by local women residing in and around our nature reserves, including customized products for the sponsor’s giveaway needs for one year.
- Special 10% discount on the RSCN’s eco-tourism services provided at the nature reserves for the sponsor's corporate trips for one year.
- Recognition and awarding at the RSCN’s Donors Awarding Event.
- Volunteering opportunities for the sponsor’s staff in executing the sponsored project.