Crested tit and grey wagtail


This is a video of a crested tit.

This is the first one of four reports from Slangenburg nature reserve in the eastern Netherlands.

After our train passed, among other things, a rookery and a hare, we arrived there.

The nature reserve is around a seventeenth century castle, also called Slangenburg. There is a park with fallow deer close to the castle.

Close to the entry of the castle, a coot nest in the moat.

In a meadow, a grey heron. On a tree, a Lenzites betulina fungus.

A Bombus terrestris bumblebee.

Then, in a conifer, a crested tit.

A bit later, a nuthatch.

A sparrowhawk passes.

Close to the castle, pied wagtails. And a grey wagtail.

Chiffchaff, robin, chaffinch, starling, blue tit.

In the evening, the sound of a green woodpecker.

A great spotted woodpecker eating insects from a hole in a tree.

A mistle thrush singing.

Stay tuned for later entries about Slangenburg on this blog.

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