On 23 August 2015, after what happened in my earlier blog post, still in North Holland province in the Netherlands. A flower bulb field was under water, for biological pest control. That attracted birds like this red-necked phalarope.
Not far from Callantsoog village, another field with a low water level attracted ruffs.
And a few turnstones.
And a ringed plover.
And some little stints.
And a wood sandpiper.
A dozen oystercatchers.
We went back south, to the Harger- en Pettemerpolder reserve.
A male marsh harrier flying there.
A bit further, a beautiful great egret not far away. However, the battery of the camera was finished.