Rare breeding birds in the Netherlands


This video is called White-winged [Black] Terns (Chlidonias leucopterus) in Belarus 2013.

According to the recently published Dutch breeding birds survey for 2013, several species, rare for the Netherlands, nested then.

They included one shag nest, which unfortunately failed.

Also: two red kite nests. A Caspian gull male had a cross-species nest with a female herring gull. There were 11 white-winged black tern nests.

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