Woodpeckers and shelducks


This video from England says about itself:

Here we see a Lapwing feeding on Yorkshire mudflats for worms and insects.

Today, to the nature reserve.

A white stork at the nest.

Sounds of robin, chiffchaff, great spotted woodpecker, and green woodpecker. A jay flies from tree to tree.

In the meadow: Egyptian geese, grey lag geese. Shelducks. A grey heron.

Northern lapwing. Carrion crows. A wood pigeon.

In the castle moat, two great crested grebes.

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