First black-tailed godwit egg of spring found


This video from Sweden is called Black-tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa) islandica; juvenile birds.

Translated from Landschap Noord-Holland in the Netherlands:

The first black-tailed godwit egg of the Netherlands was found on Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 in Uitdam, Noord-Holland province. The nest was found by wader protector Ab Kalkman from Amsterdam, on the land of farmer Anton Dirksen. This couple found also in 2011 at exactly the same place and on the same date the first godwit egg of the Netherlands. Experts assume that it is the same godwit.

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