Canada, Egyptian, and grey lag geese

This is a video about starlings.

Today, again to the nature reserve.

Like yesterday, a buzzard. It was circling in the air, while calling.

Also flying grey herons.

In the meadow, mixed flocks of starlings and redwings. A great cormorant flying. A bit further, Canada geese, Egyptian geese, and grey lag geese.

Back in the forest, sounds of robin and great spotted woodpecker. A jay.

Chaffinches flying from the ground to trees.

On my way back, I saw the white storks were looking for food in the meadow below their nest.

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