Hen harrier nest webcam, unique worldwide


This video shows a male hen harrier cleaning his feathers on a pole.

If all will go well, then tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, a webcam will be online, showing live images of a hen harrier nest in a field in Flevoland province in the Netherlands. You will then be able to see them at this site.

This is a world scale first. The nest is one of only eight hen harrier nests in the Netherlands this year.

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