Marsh harrier flying

This video from Malta says about itself:

Recorded at Birdlife Malta‘s Office. These Marsh Harriers had been illegally shot. After being rescued they recieved veterinary treatment and are now undergoing the first stages of rehabilitation. Hopefully they will make a full recovery and will be released back into the wild in due course.

Today, as the train passed Naardermeer nature reserve, a marsh harrier flying.

Ringed Marsh Harrier from Holland triggers awareness of migratory bird in Mabang, Sierra Leone: here.

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