Spoonbill and carp

This video says about itself:

Spoonbills (Platalea lecorodia), Little Egrets (Egretta garzetta) and Black-headed Gulls (Larus ridibundus) foraging in the Quackgors, Hellevoetsluis. 11 june 2008.

Today, on my way to the nature reserve, the white storks still on their nest.

On the meadow, east of the reserve: 84 Egyptian geese.

Mute swans; coots.

Northern lapwings.

Wood pigeons.

And a spoonbill; which I know also from Starrevaart.

Six hares running after each other like real “March hares“, though it is April by now.

Grey lag geese.


A great cormorant.


In the castle pond: moorhen, and a couple of great crested grebes.

And a carp.

A chiffchaff sings.

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