This 25 July 2017 photo from Groningen province in the Netherlands is by Thijs Glastra. It shows four young female pallid harriers. They fledged recently from the first west European nest ever of these rare eastern European and Asian birds.
Now that they can fly, these young birds are preparing for their fall migration to Africa.
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