Not so far away, later, the same plant species in a more advanced flowering stage.
This year, young kestrels in the nestbox. Last year, kestrels did not use the box.
Black rampion flowers.
This is a black rampion video.
And more dodder-grass, further on.
Orange hawkweed flowers.
A pheasant flies away.
Many plant species growing together.
Including oxeye daisies.
And great burnet.
And field cow-wheat flowers.
And meadow clary.
The Pulsatilla‘s flowers are finished already.
Common broomrape, a parasitic plant, is still flowering.
So are harebells.
And field scabious.
Two common blue damselflies in heart-shaped embrace. With other individuals, like the single male on the left of this photo, flying past. Like the female blue-tailed damselfly on the right of the photo.
There were more blue-tailed damselflies. Like the female on this photo.
This edible frog is between some of the many marsh horsetail plants.