Tree pipit, Montagu’s harrier, skylark


Robin, Drents-Friese wold, 28 April 2013

28 April 2013. After 27 April, our second day in the Drents-Friese Wold nature reserve. A robin.

Tree sparrows and house sparrows in the garden near the forest’s edge.

Pied wagtails, 28 April 2013

Two pied wagtails in an amorous mood.

Near the Doldersumse Veld watchtower, a willow warbler sings.

A great spotted woodpecker.

Tree pipit, Dolderdumse veld, 28 April 2013

A tree pipit sings, flying, then landing in one of various trees.

Tree pipit singing, Dolderdumse veld, 28 April 2013

Tree pipit looking, Dolderdumse veld, 28 April 2013

A chiffchaff.

Two buzzards circling around each other in the air.

Male Montagu's harrier, Doldersumse veld, 28 April 2013

Another bird of prey flies lower, far away: a male Montagu’s harrier.

While a skylark sings.

Common redstart male, Doldersumse veld, 28 April 2013

A male common redstart in a tree.

A molehill.

Four grey lag geese, flying, calling.

Rabbit faeces.

A northern lapwing calls.

Skylark, grass near footpath, Doldersumse veld, 28 April 2013

A skylark on the grass next to the sandy footpath.

A yellowhammer sings.

Jay, Doldersumse veld, 28 April 2013

A jay on a tree.

Stay tuned, as there will be more information and photos on this blog about Doldersumse veld wildlife.

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