This video is about Oud-Poelgeest estate in Oegstgeest, the Netherlands.
Like a few days ago, today again to the woodlands of the Heempark and Oud-Poelgeest.
In the Heempark, this time four muscovy ducks: three adults and a youngster. Mallards.
Of last time’s mushrooms, the oldest one of the two fly agaric fungi was gone now. The youngest one was still there; with its hat spread out by now.
The sulphur tufts’ colour had changed from yellowish to dark brown.
Near them, a great tit calling.
The storm had brought down some trees, hundreds of branches, and ten thousands of leaves.
In the meadow between Oud-Poelgeest and Heempark: domestic geese and one lesser Canada goose. Two Egyptian geese.
In Oud-Poelgeest, a robin singing; ring-necked parakeets calling.
Still Armillaria mellea fungi.
Storm on Texel island: here.
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