Rare wagtail on Terschelling island


This is a citrine wagtail video.

In the Koegelwieck nature reserve on Terschelling island in the Netherlands, a rare bird has been seen and photographed.

It is a juvenile citrine wagtail.

The second time ever for Terschelling that species was registered at observation site waarneming.nl. And the fortieth time for all of the Netherlands.

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