This 8 August 2018 video from England says about itself:
Exciting news at RSPB HQ – Nightjars are breeding at The Lodge Nature Reserve in Sandy after 45 years.
Thermal-sensing cameras mounted on drones may offer a safer and more cost-effective way to locate nests of the elusive European nightjar in forestry work and construction areas, according to new research presented at the British Ecological Society’s annual meeting in Birmingham today: here.
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