Mating redshanks and ring-necked plover


Today, it was again too early for a Baillon’s crake.

I did see Canada and grey lag geese.

Shovelers, gadwalls, common pochards, and tufted ducks.

Northern lapwings flying around. Also, many twittering barn swallows.

Two great cormorants sitting on the windmill.

Oystercatchers. Two grey herons.

Reed bunting sound.

Teal. On the mudflat, two redshanks mating. A ring-necked plover.

In the northern lake, much less black-tailed godwits today: less than 30. Egyptian geese.

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