Today, at the beginning of the “Baillon’s crake reserve”, a flying common tern.
A black-headed gull. Juvenile and adult coots. A little grebe swimming with two chicks.
This is a little grebe video.
One ditch further, Egyptian geese with goslings.
Still another ditch further, a gadwall with ducklings.
Lesser black-backed gull and herring gull flying.
Three great cormorants on the windmill.
One ditch further: a tufted duck and a little grebe.
At the pond, a juvenile shelduck. Lapwings. A black-tailed godwit.
In the northern part, many grey lag geese. A shoveler.
Barn swallows. Starlings.
In a shrub, goldfinches. They are still juveniles, as they do not have red heads yet.
Jackdaws. Wood pigeons. Magpies. Two carrion crows.
In the northernmost meadow, Canada geese.
A male black-tailed skimmer on the path.
A tufted duck with four ducklings.
A redshank. Over ten snipe flying.