Montagu’s harrier chicks hatched on webcam, first time ever


This 17 June 2015 video shows two Montagu’s harrier chicks, hatching in a nest in Flevoland province in the Netherlands.

It is the first time ever anywhere in the world this happened while a webcam recorded it.

The webcam is here. Right now, as I blog this, there are connection problems. I hope they will be solved soon.

Montagu’s harrier research in Britain: here.

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