Spring swift, song thrush


Today, to the cemetery.

A long-tailed tit.

Great spotted woodpecker, nuthatch, and chiffchaff sounds.

High in the sky, a swift. Still on its own, as one of the first swifts back from the winter migration to Africa.

This video from Belgium is about common swifts, Apus apus, returning to their nest with chicks to clean it.

A song thrush on a tombstone.

Flying over the old Hilversum canal: a grey heron; a great cormorant. A moorhen swimming.

Finally, a magpie in a street tree. It detaches a branch; then, it flies away with it.

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