Birds, dragonfly and fungi


Yesterday, to Gooilust nature reserve.

Various fly agaric and other fungi.

Nuthatch and robin sound.

Blue tit. Great spotted woodpecker.

Two buzzards circling in the air together.

Later, just one buzzard. Four jackdaws fly around it, trying to drive it away.

A male southern hawker dragonfly, flying, then resting on a plant. Maybe this is one of the last days of its life: the nights are already getting colder as winter approaches.

This is a video about the metamorphosis from southern hawker larva to adult.

Dutch autumn dragonflies and damselflies: here.

Impacts Of Roadways On Dragonflies: here.

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