Today, to the Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve.
Quite some buzzards, some sitting on heaps of grass along roads.
House martins flying.
A jay flies past.
From the Krakeend viewpoint: a great egret and Egyptian geese.
Avocets in a lake a bit further away.
A female marsh harrier.
About 30 spoonbills.
Grey lag geese and barnacle geese.
A grey heron. A blue tit.
A bit further: shoveler ducks. Lapwings.
A barn swallow flies past.
Near the hide De Kluut, a red admiral butterfly.
As we walk to the Zeearend hide, carp near a bridge.
Metellina segmentata spiders in their webs.
Great spotted woodpecker sound.
From the Zeearend hide: shelducks.
Two bar-headed geese.
As we walk back, we see a little grebe diving; and hear bearded tit sounds.
On the Oostvaardersdiep dike: a greater black-backed gull.
Many great crested grebes and tufted ducks.
A baby Eurasian toad on the footpath.
This is a video on nesting great cormorants of Oostvaardersplassen.
USA: Paying Bald Eagle Medical Bills: here.