As we started our walk, a nightingale sang.
A lesser black-backed gull flying.
Four stock doves.
Great spotted woodpecker sound.
A robin. A whitethroat on a bush.
We reach the hide.
In the lake behind the hide, coots and two little grebes swim.
One of the little grebes finds some food: a leech.
A great tit calls.
As we leave, a speckled wood butterfly.
We walk on. We arrive at the lakelet of the white water-crowfoot flowers.
The flowers are still there, and so is this edible frog.