This video is about young northern lapwings with a parent at their nest in the Netherlands.
From daily The Independent in Britain:
Lapwings: Threatened bird species takes sanctuary in a Northern Ireland prison
Prisoners serving life sentences helped create the habitat for breeding lapwings
Monday 20 April 2015
One of the world’s most threatened birds has found a sanctuary within a prison that houses Northern Ireland’s most dangerous inmates.
Prisoners serving life sentences helped create the habitat for around 20 pairs of breeding lapwings. The birds have made their home on a marshy no-man’s-land at HMP Maghaberry, dominated by razor wire and lookouts behind reinforced glass.
Swampy, short grass and the lack of predators such as foxes have created the ideal conditions for breeding chicks, said retired prison guard and gardener Denis Smyth.
“We have to work together as a team, the prisoners and myself. We have a very good relationship with them; there is never a problem,” he said.
Lapwings, which are about the size of pigeons, have suffered a population decline of 50 per cent during the last 25 years as changes in farmland have impacted on habitats.