'Exotic' bee-eaters caught on camera in Nottinghamshire
Hundreds of people have been to a Nottinghamshire quarry to watch seven bee-eaters that are normally found living in southern Europe.
The birds have been at the Cemex quarry in East Leake since Sunday and many birdwatchers have been to the site to catch a glimpse.
Andrew Chick, a protected species consultant, filmed four of the birds from a nearby farmer's field, on Thursday.
01 Jul 2017
- From the section Nottingham