This video is about red-backed shrikes in Bulgaria, May 2010. A female, and then a male.
From Wildlife Extra:
Successful fledging for England’s only red-backed shrikes – Butcher birds
England’s only nesting “butcher birds” successful on Dartmoor
September 2013. RSPB have announced the fledging of two youngsters from the England’s only nesting pair of red-backed shrikes in 2013. The birds, at a secret location on Dartmoor, have been under close watch to guarantee their safety in a project managed by the RSPB with support from Dartmoor Study Group, Devon Birds, Devon & Cornwall Police, Forestry Commission, Dartmoor National Park Authority and Natural England.
First bred here in 2010
Kevin Rylands from the RSPB said; “This is now the fourth year they have returned to Dartmoor, … but last year they failed to breed successfully, probably due to the awful weather. A lone male visited the previous breeding site…
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