Dutch bird news update

This video from Canada is called Red Necked Grebe on her nest.

In Golden Raand magazine, published by the Groninger Landschap conservationists in the Netherlands, fall 2013, p. 34, there is a report about birds in Groningen province this year.

Groninger Landschap has made an artificial island for nesting birds in Delfzijl harbour. This year, 226 common tern couples and 264 black-headed gull couples nested there.

This year, a squacco heron was seen near Zuidlaardermeer nature reserve. On/near that lake there nests of rare bird species this year: whiskered terns; Slavonian grebes; and red-necked grebes.

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