Seal and bird news from the Netherlands


This video is about a ruddy shelduck feeding, while a coot passes.

Debby Doodeman reports today about De Kreupel island, in the IJsselmeer lake in the Netherlands.

At least four common seals were seen around the island; unusual for this freshwater lake.

193 ruddy shelducks are molting around De Kreupel.

A Chilean flamingo was seen. It had a colour ring, indicating it was from the Zwillbrocker Venn nesting colony, in Germany near the Dutch border.

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