This photo shows the view from a hide in the Rottige Meente nature reserve in Friesland province in the Netherlands. In September, we saw a bittern there. All three photos in this blog post are cellphone photos.
A few days later, a buzzard, hundreds of lapwings and a marsh harrier from that hide.
Nearly all days, bearded reedlings. And dragonflies.
And gadwall ducks. Sometimes also mallards and shovelers.
This video from the USA says about itself:
Brown Thrasher Poses For Cam In Savannah, Georgia – Aug. 27, 2021
Brown Thrashers are secretive, and hard to spot in their favorite spots under dense vegetation, but they can make a lot of noise as they rummage through the leaf litter. Here, the Savannah Osprey cam zooms in on a perching thrasher before it has a chance to depart from a branch.
This 2021 video from England says about itself:
This male Blyth’s Reed Warbler was discovered at Middleton Lakes RSPB reserve in Staffordshire on Friday 18th June.
It represents the first record for Staffordshire and the West Midlands Region.
The Blyth’s Reed Warbler appears to be expanding its range westwards across Europe with an increasing number of singing males reaching Britain.
The majority of the world population spend the winter in the Indian Subcontinent.
This year, for the first time ever, a Blyth’s reed warbler couple nested in the Netherlands. The young birds fledged from the Texel island nest,
This 28 July 2021 video says about itself:
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This video from the USA is called Wood Stork Overlooks Saltmarshes Of Skidaway Island, Georgia – July 23, 2021.
This March 2021 video from Belarus says about itself:
Eagles and a flock of Common Ravens eat their prey in a forest. 160 minutes with feeding birds and bird sounds. White tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), Common Raven (Corvus corax).
This 4 July 2021 video from Bermuda says about itself:
Tropicbird Nestling‘s Last Moments on Cam Before Fledging
The tropicbird chick took one last closeup in front of the cam before moving to the entrance of the burrow. About 20 minutes later the chick took flight off-camera, successfully fledging from the rocky slope of Nonsuch Island.
Today, this lesser black-backed gull on the balcony.
See also the other, sculptured birds on the foreground, including a black-throated loon on the right.
This 9 June 2021 photo shows a fledgling young great tit in Jagtlust woodland near Hilversum.
This 21 May 2021 video says about itself:
RSPB Scotland works in some amazing places, but few as spectacular as the uninhabited Shiant Isles off the East coast of Lewis. A team recently returned to see if their efforts to remove invasive predators from the island were still successful.