This is a photo of a ladybug on milk parsley flowers which are finished. I think this is an eleven-spot ladybird. It is from 10 July 2015, when we were in the Heempark again.
Near the entrance, a chiffchaff singing.
A brown-banded carder bee on a thistle flower.
A group of long-tailed tits on a leafless tree, with a great tit not far away.
A lesser black-backed gull flies overhead.
Two muscovy ducks walking and grazing.
Sounds of a blackbird, a chaffinch, a jay and an edible frog.
A blackcap sings.
A buff-tailed bumblebee.
Meadow brown butterflies.
Many of the flowers of two weeks ago here (orchids, bladder campion, greater yellow rattle) are gone now.
A green woodpecker calls, and flies from tree to tree.
Orange-ish beetles mating on flowers. I would say: scarlet lily beetles. Or: cardinal beetles?
Finally, purple flowers.