Young oystercatchers and wagtails


As I entered the “Baillon’s crake reserve” on 1 June, I heard edible frogs, sedge warbler, reed bunting.

In a canal: male and female tufted duck, grey lag geese.

In and near the southern lake: gadwall. Redshanks. Male shoveler. Moorhen.

Common tern flying. Lapwing. Starlings.

Northern lake: three barnacle geese. Shelducks.

Two barn swallows collecting mud for their nests.

Canada geese, Egyptian geese.

Jackdaws. A wood pigeon.

Three black-tailed godwits. A ring-necked parakeet flying and calling.

A lapwing with two very small chicks.

A great crested grebe with a nearly fully grown chick.

Thiis video is called Little ringed plover (Charadrius dubius) on the nest.

A little ringed plover on a bank.

Two juvenile pied wagtails.

Two juvenile oystercatchers.

Another little ringed plover, passing two redshanks.

In the southern part, a swift.

Nesar the exit, red poppy flowers.

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