This video is about a skylark singing on a branch.
Like yesterday evening, barn swallows come here to drink. They also collect nesting material, as this photo shows.
Two goldfinches land close to the swallows’ waterhole.
A skylark sings. Unlike the bird on the video at the top of this blog post, it sings while flying, not from a branch.
A northern wheatear on a pole.
A stonechat on a wire.
Two oystercatchers flying.
At some spots, moss grows.
A male common linnet.
The sheep are in this nature reserve to prevent it from becoming overgrown. At this time of the year, they have lambs.
And then came the afternoon … with rain, lots of it …