Goldcrests and eagle of the Baltic Sea


This video is about ducks, herring gulls and black-headed gulls of the German Baltic Sea.

After 6 October, 7 October 2016 was our last full day of birdwatching in the German Baltic sea region.

We sailed from Peenemünde to Freest, near the Struck peninsula.

Ship on Baltic Sea, 7 October 2016

Our ship started at 8am. The storm had stopped, but it was still rainy.

Great black-backed gulls. Great cormorants. The sea eagle still sitting on the same pole as yesterday.

Two coots swimming.

A velvet scoter swims and flies away.

A robin passes the ship.

Still smaller birds are on migration.

Goldcrest, 7 October 2016

The smallest birds of Europe: goldcrests.

Goldcrest on 7 October 2016

They rest on the ship, tired of flying over the sea.

Goldcrest on ship on 7 October 2016

Their feathers are wet because of the rain.

Goldcrest on sail, 7 October 2016

They try to get shelter from the rain in the sails.

Goldcrest on a sail on 7 October 2016

Goldcrest on a sail, 7 October 2016

When the ship came closer to the shore, the goldcrests left to continue their migration.

Stay tuned, as we still saw more birds on that day.

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