Three falcon species nest in The Hague

This is a video about a hobby nest.

Translated from the site in The Hague, the Netherlands, on 1 August 2013:

The best news is that [this year] for the first time in history three different falcon species have nested successfully in The Hague. First the kestrels on the Norfolk land, then the peregrines in Leyenburg and now these hobbies. They definitely have two chicks. This morning we saw their little white heads above the nest edge. What a joy!

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