This video says about itself:
31 August 2015
This blog already blogged about that citrine wagtail when it was there in 2010; including (other) videos.
This video from Wales says about itself:
From Rare Bird Alert in Britain:
Sunday 30th August 2015
New discoveries today included two juvenile Pallid Harriers together at Hillwell, Shetland, single Citrine Wagtails on North Ronaldsay, Orkney and at Black Hole Marsh, Devon and a Red-rumped Swallow at Dungeness RSPB, Kent.
Scarcity highlights were singles of Woodchat Shrike, Marsh Warbler, Melodious Warbler, Icterine Warbler, Ortolan Bunting, Rose-coloured Starling, Dotterel, Buff-breasted Sandpiper and Red-necked Phalarope, two each of Bluethroat, Barred Warbler and Hoopoe, three White-winged Black Terns, at least six Honey Buzzards, seven Red-backed Shrikes and 21 Wrynecks. A flock of 23 Cattle Egrets in the Avon Valley in Dorset and Hampshire is almost certainly a British record.
– Will Soar, RBA
This 26 August 2015 video was recorded in the Oceanium, the big aquarium in Rotterdam Zoo in the Netherlands. It is about marking there the start of the three years long Save Our Sharks campaign, by the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance.
Before we arrived there, a group of white wagtails on a meadow. And grey lag geese.
A bit further, a kingfisher fishing in a ditch.
A dragonfly sitting on a pole: a male vagrant darter, aka moustached darter?
As I said, at the Sperwershof a brimstone butterfly.
This is a brimstone butterfly video.
As we go back, nuthatch sound.
Along the bicycle track, big parasol mushrooms grow.