Great tit research in Lauwersmeer national park


This video is about a singing great tit (and a blue tit).

Ever since 1993, there is research about great tits, nesting in Lauwersmeer national park in the Netherlands.

Researchers report today that there are now 600 nest boxes in the park. In 2014, 253 great tit couples and 175 blue tit couples nested in these boxes.

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