De Wilck is a nature reserve in the Netherlands. It is mainly meadows and water.
Today, near the entrance, a common tern and a kestrel flying.
Many black-tailed godwits nesting here, fly around, calling.
So do grey lag geese.
Canada geese. Oystercatchers.
A shoveler duck swimming.
Northern lapwings. Redshanks calling.
A skylark flying and singing.
A hare running.
About ten swifts are back from Africa. My first ones of this spring.
Three barnacle geese flying.
A female mute swan on a nest along the footpath. Her mate, swimming in the ditch, tries to drive us away.
Panaeolus sphinctrinus mushrooms.
A linnet sitting on a fence.
As we walk back, a shelduck. Edible frog sound.