Young hobbies survive stormy weather


This video is about hobbies in Spain.

On 25 July 2015, there was stormy weather in The Hague and elsewhere in the Netherlands.

Would the three young hobbies in the The Hague nest survive that?

Fortunately, the Kiekjesdief blog in The Hague reports that they and their parents did survive. A slideshow about that is here.

These young hobbies are now about three weeks old, and will probably leave the nest in a week’s time.

There is a second hobby nest in The Hague as well.

In the Haagse Bos woodland in central The Hague, the storm meant that fallen trees and branches blocked some cycle paths and footpaths.

As this video shows, wardens are at work to remove these trees and branches.

As does this video.

Falling trees caused the death of at least one red squirrel and one ring-necked parakeet in the Haagse Bos.

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