10 thoughts on “Spotted flycatcher and roe deer

  1. Thankyou for linking to my post ‘Apodidae – the swift’, I’m very pleased it is included here in your post. It sounds like you had a very good day out at Conversbos, it must be a lovely place to support such a diversity of wildlife.


    • Hi, thanks for your kind comment! Your fine post on swifts deserves links. Corversbos is beautiful indeed. Though it is close to Hilversum town, it borders also on other nature reserves like Gooilust, which is good for diversity.


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