Dabchick and swallows


This 2010 Dutch video is about the Crailoo wildlife bridge.

Today, to the Crailoo nature bridge.

A buff-tailed bumblebee. Buff-tailed bumblebees are the UK’s largest bumblebee species: here.

A male chaffinch sitting on a fallen tree, singing.

Around the southern lake, many twittering barn swallows and pied wagtails.

Grey lag geese and coots.

A goldfinch in a tree.

In the grass near the northern pond, Egyptian geese. In the water, a male tufted duck, a dabchick and a great crested grebe.

In Spanderswoud nature reserve: great tit, blue tit, nuthatch sound.

A buzzard circling in the air.

Finally, a long-tailed tit in a tree.

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