This morning in the Heempark: a song thrush singing. Greenfinch. Great tits.
Marsh marigold flowers.
In the canal, a male red-crested pochard swimming. A bit further, an Egyptian goose swimming.
Muscovy ducks. Domestic geese. A singing chaffinch.
A female great spotted woodpecker looking for insects on a birch tree.
Two Canada geese on the bank of the pond: one sleeping, one on watch duty.
Two wrens on a pollard willow.
This is a wren video.
A blue tit with a small branch in its beak, probably for nesting.
A long-tailed tit on a birch tree.
In the water which is an ice rink if it is frozen, mallard and gadwall ducks now.
A robin in bushes near the bank.
In Poelgeest woodland, many wood anemone flowers.
Jackdaws nesting in a nestbox.
A nuthatch whistling near a treetop.
Stock doves mating high up in the trees.
A wren building a nest in a hole of a tree with much ivy.
Back to the Heempark. A coot sitting on a nest, while its mate brings new nesting material.
A white stork flying.
A singing chiffchaff. In a treetop, but as the tree does not have many leaves yet and it is not that high, this time the bird is clearly visible.
In the canal, a great crested grebe and moorhens.
USA: Marsh Wren, Cistothorus palustris (Video): here.