Today, to the Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen nature reserve.
As we stopped to pick someone up, three ring-necked parakeets calling, flying overhead.
Immediately after the reserve entrance, three fallow deer. They are not shy, as there is no hunting here.
In the Oranjekom pond: male and female tufted ducks. Also gadwall ducks. A little grebe. A grey heron lands.
Nuthatch and great spotted woodpecker sound.
In the next pond, from the hide, four female and one male goosanders.
A bit further away on that pond, a male mandarin duck.
A great tit in a tree on the bank.
Mallard ducks. Male and female teal.
A coot. Two moorhens.
Now, a blue tit and a robin in the tree on the bank.
A bit later, a juvenile great cormorant flies over a canal.
A chaffinch in a tree. A buzzard in another tree.
A singing robin on a shrub.
Further, as we walk back, a marsh tit in a low tree.
A Canada goose grazes near a canal.
Finally, just before the exit, coral spot fungi growing on a fallen branch.