The gray heron
At breeding time
Every year during the breeding season, Heeren Castle hosts, among others, gray herons also called herons.
They are monogamous and the nest is a large structure made of brushwood at an airy height. The old nests are very often reoccupied.
In addition to various species of ducks, a kingfisher and a small collection of red deer could also be spotted.
(With time we will list more species here…)
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