Young white storks, great crested grebes and dragonfly


This is a video from the Czech republic, about white storks with (still very young) chicks.

On 12 July 2015, to Warmond.

In the meadow, five white storks: the two parents and their three recently fledged youngsters. Later, they would fly back to the nest.

More to the north west, a white wagtail on a fence.

In the small pond in the nature reserve, a female black-tailed skimmer dragonfly, sitting on a reed stem. A blue-tailed damselfly flies past.

Many barn swallows flying over the meadow behind the woodland.

A great crested grebe on a nest in the pond behind the castle. Its partner swims not far away.

A buzzard flying over the treetops.

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