Today, to Gooilust nature reserve.
Near the entrance, a buff-tailed bumblebee queen. Many others later.
A chiffchaff singing and flying from twig to twig in a treetop. Maybe he is just back from the annual migration to Africa.
A hare in a meadow. Another hare sits near a tree, with a buzzard sitting on a pole a few metres away.
On the bank of the ditch, many butterbur flowers.
In the meadow: two oystercatchers and two Egyptian geese. Many rooks.
As spring starts officially today, the snowdrops’ flowers are almost finished.
The black witch’s butter on the fallen tree is in a very decayed state. Also a sign that winter is ending.