Black-tailed godwit wins Dutch national bird election


This is a 2014 video about a black-tailed godwit.

Near the Reeuwijkse plassen nature reserve, Henk Verbruggen made this video.

Dutch Vroege Vogels TV reports tonight on the results of the Dutch national bird election.

41.669 people voted. Nearly a quarter of these votes was for the black-tailed godwit.

Second was the blackbird; third the house sparrow.

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