This is a green woodpecker video from Sweden.
Early in the morning, before sunrise, on 19 April 2015 we arrived at a small patch of woodland near the local government building of Wassenaar, the Netherlands; to count local birds. We hear a green woodpecker; but we can’t be sure whether it nests inside our just outside our counting area.
Then, we continue to Meijendel.
A marsh tit, which probably has stayed here all winter.
A nightingale sings. One of many here in Meijendel, all back from wintering in Africa.
A buzzard in a tree.
Then, near a bicycle track, we hear a special song: a grasshopper warbler.
A woodlark, flying while singing.
A beautiful northern wheatear on a dune.
A male common linnet.
A flying and singing skylark.
On a bush, a male stonechat.
On the bank of a lakelet, a little ringed plover.