White storks and dragonflies


This video from England is called Dragonflies of East Kent.

Today, again, the old and young white storks at their nest, and on the meadow beneath it.

I speak to biology professor Sevenster, who lives in the castle in the middle of the nature reserve.

He says this is a bad year for butterflies.

However, I see more dragonflies than usually.

A male black-tailed skimmer sits down on pebbles, as this species often does.

Also some damselflies.

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