Black-winged stilt nests in Dutch nature reserve


This is a black-winged stilt video from the Czech republic.

Dutch conservation organisation Natuurmonumenten reports today on the Harderbroek, a nature reserve in Flevoland province.

A black-winged stilt couple nests here this year. This usually south European bird is rare in the Netherlands.

There is also a nesting colony of common terns and black-headed gulls. There, a Mediterranean gull couple (also rare in the Netherlands) nests as well.

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