Today, again to the reserve where I once saw Baillons’ crakes.
Near the entrance, a gadwall duck swimming.
In the southern lake: teal. On a muddy islet: northern lapwing, little ringed plover, and snipe.
Two shoveler ducks, three teal, and two coots on a still smaller muddy islet.
Grey herons. First one to the south.
Then another one, more to the north, in the reed beds.
A great cormorant flying.
Big groups of grey lag geese flying.
Near the northern canal, two young Egyptian geese with one of their parents, and a Canada goose.
Then, a flock of domestic geese swimming.
Near the railway: a great crested grebe.
Then, a moorhen. White moorhens: here.
Another adult great crested grebe with its chick.
A mute swan flies past.