This video is about two little egrets (and some mallards, and a great cormorant) at the Slufter nature reserve, Texel island, the Netherlands.
Warden Joël Haasnoot reports today about birds he saw at the Slufter.
From 20 to 27 April, he saw on all days, in or around a pool: eider duck (often in mating season mood), redshank, oystercatcher, curlew, greenshank, skylark, ringed plover and brent goose.
Every now and then, not all the time, Joël saw spotted redshank, red knot, sanderling, dunlin, golden plover, grey plover, ruddy turnstone, Eurasian spoonbill, little egret, marsh harrier, hen harrier and many more Slufter birds.
See also here.
Slufter storm and water research: here.
Slufter reconstruction to help brackish water wildlife: here.
Slufter flooded in spring 2018: here.