Golden plovers and white-tailed eagles counted


This video from Norway shows a golden plover in summer plumage.

Former warden Henk Hupkes reported today about recently counting birds in Oostvaardersplassen national park.

He counted over 5,000 plovers, mainly golden plovers. And quite some goshawks. A molting peregrine falcon. A female hen harrier. Also buzzards, merlins and kestrels. And the resident white-tailed eagle couple.

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