Naardermeer nature reserve birds today


This video is about nature reserve Naardermeer, in the Netherlands. Great Cormorant chicks are fed.

Two people whom I know walked along the Naardermeer nature reserve today.

They saw: red-crested pochard, common pochard, reed bunting, various song thrushes, white-fronted geese, great egret in breeding plumage, black redstart and white wagtail.

Naaardermeer birds in 2016: here.

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