Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa ? What the heck? Okay, I came across it when searching for the name of the snack this Cattle Egret was feasting on… A European Mole Cricket, at least I assume it’s the correct […]
This weekend I spent with friends in the province of Zeeland. Beside having a great time, walking, cycling and wine drinking, we also checked the surroundings for some birds. The high temps didn’t make it […]
One of the nice things about following birds over a longer period is that you can shoot in different conditions and capture different behaviours . Clouded or sunny weather, pre-breeding and post-breeding etc. Not too […]
Plovers are among my favourite species, and when last week in Portugal I shot some Kentish Plovers, my thoughts automatically brought me to previous experiences with similar species. The Kentish Plover is widespread in Europe […]
Recently I stumbled upon a breeding Oystercatcher. The bird was very alert, and since I didn’t want to disturb it any further, I kept my distance. I could see however through my binoculars that the […]
Hans Overduin (1970) is an avid (wildlife) photographer and lives in The Netherlands. His work is widely published and is represented by Nature in Stock.
In 2015 he had his first international exhibition in the Bolinas Art Museum, California (USA)