Goslings and godwits

This video is called A small flock of Ringed Plover on the shore of the Lancashire Coast.

Today, again where the Baillon’s crakes nested last year.

Two little grebes close to the reed of a canal bank.

Tufted ducks.

This time, not just mallard ducklings, but also at least three gray lag goose couples with goslings.

A Canada goose sitting on its nest.

Cuckoo flowers flowering.

Gadwall. Shovelers.

Male and female teal.

Northern lapwings.

Edible frog sounds.

Two ringed plovers and a redshank on the big mudflat.

The number of black-tailed godwits at the northern lake has increased again, there are about thirty now.

Three barnacle geese land between gray lag geese and Canada geese.

Shelducks. Egyptian geese.

On our way back, snake’s head fritillary flowering along the bicycle track.

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