Mandarin ducks and fungi


Today, to the Heempark.

This is a video about juvenile red-crested pochards.

Swimming on the pond, a male red-crested pochard. It swam between mallards, domestic ducks and mallard-domestic hybrids.

A bit further, six fly agaric mushrooms.

About seventy starlings landing on the wings of the windmill.

Many cichory flowers.

In Oud Poelgeest: sulphur tuft mushrooms.

A male and a female mandarin duck on a tree which is half underwater. Later, the male swims, quarrels with a coot, then returns to its earlier spot on the tree.

Birch bracket on a fallen birch tree.

Porcelain fungus.

Eight fly agaric mushrooms.

Ring-necked parakeets flying.

Meripilus giganteus under a beech tree. See also here.

2 thoughts on “Mandarin ducks and fungi

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