Hoopoe and golden oriole


This is a video of a golden oriole at its nest in southern Sweden.

Today in the orchard.

A hoopoe flying away.

A blackbird in a cherry tree.

Green woodpecker. Golden oriole.

Golden oriole sound: here.

A yellowhammer in the tree where the hoopoe was yesterday.

Great spotted woodpecker. Blue tit.

Before the woodpile, a blackcap. Behind it, on a pole, a jay.

This is a video of a hoopoe singing in France.

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