Mistle thrush male and female


This video from Britain says about itself:

Mistle Thrush: Male and Female

The mistle thrush is is a pale, black-spotted thrush – large, aggressive and powerful. It stands boldly upright and bounds across the ground. In flight, it has long wings and its tail has whitish edges. It is most likely to be noticed perched high at the top of a tree, singing its fluty song or giving its rattling call in flight.

Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed in May 2018

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Cornwall forest birds in slow motion


This video from Britain says about itself:

Beautiful Forest Birds Flying in Slow Motion

Beautiful forest birds flying in slow motion on and off their favourite feeding station.

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed on February 12th 2018

Featuring robins, coal tit and others.

Green woodpecker nest live webcam


This video from Cornwall says about itself:

I filmed a green woodpecker and a great spotted woodpecker arguing over who was going to nest in this tree.

Filmed on April 4th 2016

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

There is a green woodpecker nest live webcam on the Internet. It is here.

As I write, it is night at the nest (in the Netherlands). Probably, there will be more to see in about eight hours time.

White-crested laughingthrush video


This July 9th 2017 video is by Paul Dinning in Cornwall in Britain. It shows a white-crested laughingthrush. Probably in a zoo.

I saw a relative of this species, the white-browed laughingthrush, in China.

Cornwall birds bathing, video


This video from Britain says about itself:

Birds in The Puddle Bird Bath – Featuring Song Thrush, Blackbird, Goldfinch, Chaffinch and Blue Tit

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed on March 21st 2018

Martins in the sand


This video is about sand martins in Cornwall, Britain.

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Image 1 sand martin Photo: Angel Cano

The first national survey of sand martins in Estonia was organized by the Estonian Ornithological Society in the summer of 2017. The study aimed to estimate the size of the breeding population, map their distribution and sample the breeding success in different types of colonies. In 2018 the project will introduce for the first time in the country management measures for sand martins in mineral extraction sites.

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