Whinchats and banded damselflies


This video is about a black redstart singing.

Yesterday evening, nearly at dusk, a black redstart on top of a village building. And over a thousand starlings flying together to where they would spend the night.

This morning, a family of five black redstarts around a woodpile just outside the village.

A skylark singing. Then, coming down fast, sitting down on a fence pole.

A marbled white butterfly.

This is a whinchat video.

Whinchats in a grain field. A bit further, stonechats.

On the bank of the Saone river, banded damselflies.

This video from England is called Banded Damselfly mating and laying on River Severn Worcester.

A red admiral butterfly.

On our way back. a kestrel circling on the air.

A brimstone butterfly.

A buzzard flying.

A yellowhammer singing on a pole.

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