Spoonbills arrive back from Africa


This is a Dutch spoonbill video.

Translated from the Natuurmonumenten conservationists in the Netherlands:

Feb 29, 2016 – After a long journey from the south, the first spoonbills have come back to bird paradise Waverhoek and the adjacent nature reserve Botshol. The nature reserves of Natuurmonumenten, in the municipality Ronde Venen, provide each year a safe place for the birds. Ranger Marcel Kwant spotted the first five spoonbills again on 24 February.

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