Six red admirals drinking


This is a video of a red admiral butterfly feeding on Buddleia.

Today, barn swallows flying over the meadow to the east of the nature reserve.

A carrion crow sitting on a pole. Coots.

Great spotted woodpeckers and green woodpeckers‘ sounds.

Almost at the exit, six red admirals on an old oak tree. Apparently drinking fluids in the cracks of the trunk.

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