When one wants to attract a bird’s attention, one can of course play music. Beethoven’s 5th symphony seems to be quite popular among Yellowhammers, and Common Rosefinches apparently crave for Sympathy for the Devil. Judging […]
Red-necked Grebes are not really rare in The Netherlands, but since there’s only some odd twenty breeding pairs and approximately 50-100 wintering/migrating birds, you don’t see them that often. With the small amount birds in […]
Ever since we moved to this place in 2006, we have had Oystercatchers breeding on the neighbouring rooftops. As the coast line has hardly any good breeding spots left here (due to buildings and recreation) […]
Search for an image of a Black-tailed Godwit in The Netherlands, and chances are you’ll see them perched on poles or fences. This is only logical, since they are mainly breeding in agricultural areas. Farmers […]
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 at the Bolinas Art Museum, California (USA).