In the shallow water near the entrance, scores of avocets.
Probably, two male avocets were quarreling about, and displaying for, a female.
After some time, quiet returned. The avocets walked around, together with a redshank.
On reed, there is the parasitical ergot fungus, Claviceps microcephala.
Many black-tailed godwits; more than at the Landje van Geijsel.
Two common sandpipers.
A male pintail duck.
A male reed bunting, singing on a bush.
Grey lag geese already have goslings.
A goshawk flying.
Two great crested swimming. A bit further in the water, tufted ducks.
A buzzard circling in the air.
A male and a female gadwall.
A female stonechat on a bush.
When we are almost home, another white stork, walking in a meadow not far from another nest.