Today, to Nieuwkoopse Plassen nature reserve.
This video is called A Garden Warbler sings from a tree in West Yorkshire.
Curlews fly past and land in the meadows.
One of many sedge warblers of today, often in song flight.
Egyptian geese swimming, flying and calling.
A curlew tries to drive away a female marsh harrier.
A great crested grebe. Two male and two female tufted ducks.
Then, a purple heron flying. Probably, it came back from Africa very recently.
Willow warbler, chiffchaff singing.
Then, the sound of a rarer bird species: Savi’s warbler.
Another purple heron, standing on grassland.
Blackcap and cuckoo sound.
A male reed bunting.
A common tern on a pole, cleaning its feathers.
Three gadwall ducks flying.
A common sandpiper on a small island cleans its feathers.
Edible frog sound.
A meadow pipit in a treetop.
Long-tailed tits in a tree.
On a fence, a male reed bunting and male and female bluethroats.
On a buoy, a lesser black-backed gull.
A common tern flies, managing to hold a fish in its bill and to call simultaneously.
Finally, male and female marsh harrier.