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Moorhen and Sons

In front of our house, among other birds, we usually have some Moorhens. They have, like many birds, a tough life when they have chicks. They need to feed them, but at the same time […]

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Little Stilts

This spring I was able to frame chicks of several species: Little Ringed Plovers, Shelducks and Oystercatchers, among others. Also, for the first time, I saw and photographed the chicks of Black-winged Stilts. From a […]

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Raising a little Rebel

The Eurasian Oystercatchers that have been breeding on the flat roof of our neighbors, have a child ! The chick is almost ‘finished’, but still being fed by the parents. The modus operandi looks as […]

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