At last the second female bird returned from Africa. To this day, in the Lesser Kestrel Adaptation and Release Module in Levka village, there are 10 birds, that have returned. The maths show that there are 4 males for every female. In any given moment, no matter where one turns, the females are surrounded by fighting or offering their caresses and gifts (freshly captured delicious mice) males. How can they be indifferent to that kind of attention?