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« on: 16-Feb-16, 05:27:01 AM »

The camera is on at "Beleef de lente" (enjoy Spring)
At the moment you can see the White Stork and 3 different owls.
New is garden birds.

http://www.beleefdelente.nl/?no_redirect=1

greeting Aafke
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« Reply #1 on: 16-Feb-16, 09:22:24 AM »

Thanks Aafke!   wave
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« Reply #2 on: 07-Mar-17, 08:50:08 PM »

Tuesday, March 7 Early Birds TV back for another season Dutch nature, presented by Menno Bentveld and Milouska Meulens. The first broadcast is entirely devoted to Experience Spring, webcams us ten years provide a unique glimpse into the intimate lives of many birds. Immediately after the broadcast of Early Birds get the cameras online for a new season ups and downs in the nest boxes.

Extensive attention in the first broadcast of Early Birds for the stone owls, audience favorite number one Enjoy the Spring, which is also in this year again. Good news: there is already pressure gesnaveld in the owl box! New this year are the blue herons, one pair is followed from Frankendael park in Amsterdam. Milouska helps install the cameras. Meanwhile Menno reports from a Brabant garden, where as many as four species are tracked to Experience Spring, including last year's highly successful kingfisher.

And of course, all the highs and lows of a decade bird intimacy beyond. Who does not remember the dead falling stone owl? Or the blackbird to the eye of the camera was caught by the cat, the peregrine falcons who fought apart the closet, the invaders, the piles of dead mice, and finally the hollow full kingfisher chicks? They all come along again in this special first episode of Early Birds TV.

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http://vroegevogels.vara.nl/media/370666 Remember some of these??? scared blue
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