There were males.
And females as well.
There was a redshank too, but it did not want to be photographed.
A little grebe, also known as dabchick, swimming.
A male tufted duck swimming as well.
A bluethroat singing on a bush.
A chiffchaff sings.
We arrive at another lake.
A reed warbler sings, somewhere in a reedbed.
A garden warbler sings in a tree.
A male and a female reed bunting together in a tree.
A rabbit crosses the footpath.
A garden tiger moth caterpillar.
Not the only specimen of this species today.
Again, a whitethroat singing. One of the most common birds in Meijendel.
Seaside pansy flowers.
A female stonechat on a bush.
A juvenile common frog.
Clove-scented broomrape flowers.
Also about Meijendel: here.
Time use and foraging behaviour in pre-breeding dabbling ducks Anas spp. in sub-arctic Norway: here.