Birds, bluebells, frogs and wild pansies


Edible frogs on 17 May 2020

Still 17 May 2020 in the coastal sand dunes nature reserve. At the pond with edible frogs during their mating season …

White water-crowfoot, Egmond, 17 May 2020

.. and white water-crowfoot, where the frogs deposit their eggs on.

Bluebells flowering.

Wild pansies, 17 May 2020

A bit further, wild pansies growing on the sand dunes.

Wild pansies, on 17 May 2020

Wild pansies, Egmond, 17 May 2020

Wild pansies, Egmond, on 17 May 2020

Wild pansies, in Egmond, 17 May 2020

As we walk back: a grey heron at the second lake.

A greenfinch. A robin.

A swift flying.

Finally, again a meadow pipit on a pole.

2 thoughts on “Birds, bluebells, frogs and wild pansies

  1. Spring is my favourite time of the year because in Ireland forest floors are beaming with bluebells. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus crisis, we weren’t allowed to explore beyond the 2km mark and missed seeing them this year. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 😀 Aiva

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  2. Pingback: Stonechat, butterflies and wild pansies | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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