This is a video about young spotted flycatchers fledging from the nest.
Almost five years ago was the first time I went to Corversbos nature reserve.
Today, I was there again.
On our way, swifts flying overhead.
Close to the entrance, a roe deer walking quietly between the trees. While a nuthatch called.
A bit further, great spotted woodpecker sound.
On the biological field, owned by conservation organization Natuurmonumenten, non-grain flowers do not have to be scared that pesticides will kill them. Quite some cornflowers flowering between the rye.
A black-tailed skimmer dragonfly sitting on the footpath.
A grey heron flying.
A chiffchaff singing in a tree behind the field.
Two buzzards circling in the air.
We go on to Gooilust reserve.
Near the entrance, a pied wagtail.
A male chaffinch on the roof of a small building near the entrance.
Common blue damselflies and blue-tailed damselflies in the reedbeds around a circular pond.
On top of the Gooilust main building, a pied wagtail.
A song thrush on the lawn.
Pondskaters in the water near a small bridge.
About forty grey lag geese flying above a meadow.
Then, on a fence, a spotted flycatcher.
Every now and then, it flies away to catch insects. Sometimes, it lands on the fence again, sometimes in a tree or on top of an old tree trunk.
Also on the fence, blue tits and a robin.
As we go back, a male bullfinch.