Charadriiformes camera 2018

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August 8th
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Marfo wrote: August 7th, 2018, 5:23 pm Thank you Hagnat. It was a larger bird (wader), maybe some 'Tringa'. I never heard it before in the Dutch wetlands. Which doesn't mean I know all about this habitat but the common birds I usually recognise.

Or a Grey Plover, is that possible?
Grey plover and Common greenshank can be heard often but I don't call that song.
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August 9
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22:12 Cranes call
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August 10th
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this bird had to struggle against the very strong wind
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18:37 Wagtail :rotf:
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18:54 Starlings


18:55 Starlings
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beautiful those Lapwing :laugh:
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23:42 sound from...I don't know. it seems maybe from a Raccoon dog ? :puzzled:
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August 11
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7:25 Water level is a bit lower again
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Fleur wrote: August 10th, 2018, 9:45 pm beautiful those Lapwing :laugh:
Superb ending of this 'movie', :laugh: Fleur
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Hagnat wrote: August 9th, 2018, 5:49 pm Grey plover and Common greenshank can be heard often but I don't call that song.
How about the Golden Plover, can they be seen/heard on this cam or is this the wrong place for them?
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Hagnat wrote: August 6th, 2018, 3:07 pm It is not luck, just looking and listening.
I'm fully with leonia.

What's the point in making a bird list if not the most commonly heard and the most beautiful wader birds are not listed :puzzled:
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sigge wrote: August 11th, 2018, 2:07 pm I'm fully with leonia.

What's the point in making a bird list if not the most commonly heard and the most beautiful wader birds are not listed :puzzled:
What are you talking about?
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18:58 Heron
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