Yesterday, the “Baillon’s crake reserve” again. This is a video about the reserve.
Two great cormorants drying their wings on the windmill.
Two Egyptian geese flying.
A male and a female gadwall swimming in the canal.
In the southern lake: gadwall, teal, shoveler, great crested grebe and black-headed gull swimming. A snipe on a small muddy island.
Northern lake: lapwing, shoveler, great cormorants.
In the canal near the railway, three tufted ducks.
Just past the bench, a little grebe diving near the reed on the bank.
Back to the southern lake. An adult great crested grebe and a juvenile, almost as big as the adult but still with stripes on its head, diving together.
Near the entrance/exit, another little grebe.