Birds’ breeding season on webcams


This video is about a peregrine falcon nest on webcam in the Netherlands, April 2012.

It is March, so the webcams for nesting birds in the Netherlands are working again.

You can see a starling nestbox; a little owl nestbox; an eagle owl nest; and a kestrel nestbox; a white stork nest.

Soon, cameras at a great tit nestbox; a white-tailed eagle nest; a peregrine falcon nest; and a redstart nest are expected to follow.

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