In De Wilck, lady’s thumb flowering along the footpath.
Frogbit flowers in the ditch water.
Male and a female blue-tailed damselflies in a tandem.
Arrowhead flowers and leaves protruding from ditch water.
A male emperor dragonfly flying over the ditch.
A great egret.
A mute swan couple with seven cygnets.
A northern lapwing flies.
Long-headed poppy flowers along the footpath.
A male black-tailed skimmer dragonfly just above the water. Flying lower and faster than the emperor dragonfly.
Two stock doves flying.
A red admiral butterfly.
Edible frog sound.
A grey heron flying.
Two hares near a fence. We go back.
A kestrel hovering.
Scores of common linnets. The ones on the photo are juveniles.
We continue to the Spookverlaat hide, not far away from De Wilck.
A white stork standing on its nest.
A blackbird sings.
On the islet near the hide: great cormorants, mallards, a moorhen.
In the water, a tufted duck.
And in the reedbeds, this reed warbler.