Hares and dabchiks

Today to the “Baillon’s crake reserve”.

Near the entrance: great crested grebe, grey lag goose, coot swimming.

Sedge warbler singing.

Canada geese. Tufted ducks.

In the next canal, male and female gadwall.

Male common pochard.

In the next canal, male shoveler and grey lag geese with goslings.

This is a little grebe video.

Two little grebes swimming near the southern reedbed of the southern lake.

On the mud, lapwing and redshank.

Teal. Lesser black-backed gull.

In the northern lake, scores of black-tailed godwits land.

A barn swallow flies past.

In the northern meadow, a group of four hares, and another group of two hares.

Also wood pigeons, magpies, coots.

Two ruff (male and female).

A snipe. Two shelducks.

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