Redstart and long-tailed tits


This video shows a common redstart. One of the bird species which I saw in Brinkheurne village near Winterswijk town in the Achterhoek region in the Netherlands, where I arrived today.

As the train, called after painter Piet Mondriaan, stopped at Wehl station, rooks on a meadow.

14:25: a roe deer on another meadow, between Varsseveld and Aalten.

In the Brinkheurne garden, a chaffinch sings.

Ground-ivy and dandelion flowers.

A male blackbird flies. A female on the ground. Later, blackbird song.

A magpie on a small tree. A pheasant calls.

House sparrows call.

Two long-tailed tits fly to a coniferous tree again and again. Do they have a nest?

Starlings on a meadow with two donkeys and one horse. The horse still has a blanket on. This April is unusually cold so far.

On the fence of the meadow, a robin.

A bit later on that fence, a male common redstart. It comes back there twice.

A wood pigeon flies past.

Scores of starlings land in a treetop.

A buzzard flies.

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