This is a video of a stonechat, near Crailo nature bridge.
And this is a video of a kingfisher, also near Crailo nature bridge.
We did not see either of those two species when we went to that area today; however, we did see many other beautiful animals and plants.
The young grey lag geese and coots had become much bigger than last time, though still a bit smaller than the adults.
Sounds of edible frogs and reed warblers. And of a little grebe. I had heard that sound before on this lake, but had not seen the dabchick making it. Neither did I this time.
A great cormorant flying upwards from the water.
Many small fish, probably three-spined sticklebacks.
On a bank, a northern lapwing, with three chicks.
Swifts flying overhead.
Piptoporus betulinus fungus on a birch tree.
A very small young frog, just about one centimeter in size, crosses the cycling path. Probably a common frog.
The dabchicks of the northern lake, which we have seen during earlier visits, are still there.
When we go back, we see a roe buck. We also see a dabchick on the southern lake for the first time.