Rare sociable lapwing in the Netherlands


This video says about itself:

Saving the Sociable Lapwing

18 June 2009

BirdLife Preventing Extinctions Programme interview with Species Guardians of the Sociable Lapwing – Dr Rob Sheldon (RSPB, BirdLife in the UK), and Andreas Pittl (Swarovski Optik).

Today, 3 July 2014, a rare sociable lapwing was seen near Liessel village in the Netherlands.

According to one observer, this is an adult in summer plumage, molting.

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