Wounded birds freed after recovery


Recovered kingfisher freed, photo by Ronald in 't Veld

Warden Ronald in ‘t Veld made this photo on 25 June 2015 near Puttershoek in the Netherlands. It shows a kingfisher which had collided with a window. Fortunately, the bird had not broken anything. After recovery at the Vogelklas Karel Schot in Rotterdam, the kingfisher was freed again, warden Wicher Pen writes.

At the same place, at the same time, two recovered buzzards and a kestrel were freed as well.

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