Yellow-crowned wagtail on daffodil, video


This video shows a yellow-crowned wagtail on a daffodil in the Netherlands.

According to some, yellow-crowned wagtails are a subspecies of the western yellow wagtail. Others consider them a separate species.

They nest in Britain and near the English Channel coast. Less than 80 couples nest in the Netherlands.

Peter van Duijn made this video.

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