This is a short-toed treecreeper video from Croatia.
This afternoon in Gooilust, four white wagtails.
This 2016 video says about itself:
The common kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), also known as the Eurasian kingfisher and river kingfisher, is a small kingfisher with seven subspecies recognized within its wide distribution across Eurasia and North Africa. It is resident in much of its range, but migrates from areas where rivers freeze in winter.
Today, to Gooilust nature reserve.
Close to the exit, suddenly a kingfisher flying fast across the footpath to the water.
Before the garden, near the Gooilust entrance, we heard a young buzzard, presumably still a nestling, call.
A male buzzard, presumably its father, flying, then sitting down on a tree. Then, that buzzard flew to the ground, catching, probably, a rodent. While in flight, he transferred his prey to his female mate. Who then flew to the nest. The youngster’s calls turned to silence, presumably because it was feeding.
Also, various bumblebee species.
Many beautiful dahlia flowers.
Of various colours, including white.
We left Gooilust, passing the Corversbos fields.
This 2015 video from Cornwall shows a song thrush singing.
An Egyptian goose on the forest floor. A bit unusual environment for this species. The goose cleans its feathers.
A nuthatch looks for insects on a tree.
A large earth bumblebee passes.
A dunnock on the footpath.
On a meadow, a white stork couple on their nest.
Finally, a song thrush on the forest floor.
That is, if they were really marsh tits, not willow tits. Based on this discussion and people recording marsh tits, not willow tits in Gooilust on waarneming.nl I made the difficult decision on these two species which are so similar, to finally decide for marsh tits.
A bit further, a nuthatch on the footpath.
Still further, near the manor, this beautiful robin in a rhododendron shrub.
On 23 January 2016, again to Gooilust. Where some trees were flowering, as this photo shows.
A great tit on an old tree.
A female blackbird on a fence.
Then, the blackbird leaves, and the chaffinches keep bathing.
Jelly ear fungi on a fallen branch.
On a big tree near the Gooilust manor, a nuthatch.
As we continue, a female great spotted woodpecker.
And finally, a robin on a big log near the exit.
Like the other photos in this blog post, this is a macro photography photo.
Before we arrived there, we walked on the lane from Corversbos nature reserve to Gooilust. A brambling sitting in a tree.
While one of many nuthatches sang.
A bit further, a male brambling sitting on a branch.
A robin drinking from a puddle on the footpath.
Another dead tree lying on the forest floor.
A blue tit.
A buzzard flies past.
The witch-hazel still, or already, flowering.
A mole‘s tunnel crossing the footpath.
A flowering daisy.
A male great spotted woodpecker in a tree.
Near the estate’s garden, a short-toed treecreeper.
Egyptian geese on a meadow.
Two grey herons near ditches.
As we returned to Corversbos, this photo of the moss growing there.