Today, again to the former Baillon’s crake breeding ground.
On the windmill, two great cormorants, a starling and a magpie.
In a canal: male and female gadwall ducks, a moorhen and teal.
In the next canal, a great crested grebe and a magpie sitting on a reed stem.
In the northern lake: many great cormorants, lapwings and a shelduck.
Herring gulls and black-headed gulls.
Teal. Tufted ducks.
Many shovelers flying. Panic because of a raptor? I did not see the raptor.
As I walk back, I do see a white stork flying.