Another rare owl in the Netherlands


This video from Sweden says about itself:

Pygmy-Owl x2 (Glaucidium passerinum)

31 Aug 2011

The two Pygmy owls that we ringed this morning (31/8-11) and the release of them both.

In Sweden, pygmy owls are not very rare. However, in the Netherlands they are.

This afternoon, near Deventer town in Overijssel province in the Netherlands, a report about a pygmy owl in a treetop.

Meanwhile, the northern hawk-owl is still in Zwolle. It still attracts scores of birdwatchers.

This is a video from 7 December 2013 about the Zwolle owl.

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