Bumblebees and herring gull

This video says about itself:

This video demonstrates that planting a butterfly bush does attract butterflies.

Contrary to yesterday, on the butterfly-bush flowers just outside, there were no silver y moths.

However, today there were large earth bumblebees. And honeybees (like yesterday).

The coots seem to no longer use their nest. This morning, a juvenile herring gull standing on it. Half an hour later, it was asleep, its head tucked under a wing.

Herring gulls in the Netherlands: here.

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