This video is about a yellowhammer singing.
Early in the morning, a red squirrel outside.
In the Dwingelose heide heathland, a yellowhammer sings.
A curlew calls.
Not just heather grows here: eg, moss as well.
Many skylarks fly up and down, singing.
One skylark, a bit atypically, sits down on a bush.
A kestrel flies overhead.
On the sandy path along the bicycle track, oak eggar caterpillars. These hairy caterpillars, common in Dwingelderveld at this time of the year, may irritate people’s skins. Some birds don’t like to feed on hairy caterpillars like these; but, eg, cuckoos don’t mind.
A long-tailed tit in a tree.
Then, a male stonechat.