Rare Mediterranean bee-eater chicks hatch in quarry near Cromer

2 Edras 5:8 There shall be a confusion also in many places, and the FIRE shall be oft sent out again, and the wild beasts shall CHANGE THEIR PLACES (and migration patterns) - Signs of the End Times.

The colourful birds normally nest in southern Europe and northern Africa, but there has been a notable increase in nesting attempts by the species further north, including in the UK, in the past 20 years as the world warms, the RSPB said.

Eight bee-eaters arrived in a quarry close to Trimingham, near Cromer, north Norfolk, in early June and began excavating nest burrows.

And the storks taking residents in Spain's landfills - hum - 70 per cent of white storks have found a cheat code to migration: The garbage landfills of Spain

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