20 thoughts on “Good Dutch yellowhammer news

  1. It’s a beautiful bird for sure, the Dutch Yellowhammer. :) Idk, but it reminds me our of Bluejay for some reason. Maybe because of its striking yellow color and our Bluejay has a striking blue color.
    The Reijerscamp looks beautiful and serene. Wish the video wasn’t in Dutch though. Would love to hear more about it but that is ok. It is nice to see that they have a protected area over there for animals like we have protected areas over there too.

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