All Alone along the railway....
Greetings Antonio. Thanks for your appreciation and encouragement.
Die Wahrscheinlichkeit ist ziemlich gross, dass du mit deiner Vermutung richtig liegen könntest, dass da drunter ein paar Berner hausen, denn die Grenze zum Wallis ist ennet dem Hoger ;-)
Da sieht man halt wieder einmal, was ein paar Berner wert sind. Wegen ein paar Innerrhödlern würde man nicht so ein 'Gschiiss' machen ;-)
Thank you Ian, the first time that a saw this kind of duck in the wild in the Netherlands. Greetings Berend
Thank you very much Ian, a lot of pictures trying to get this picture were not good enough until this one. Greetings Berend
It was a great day for a bird-watcher Ian. I saw so many and different birds at that lake. I made (to) many pictures while waiting on the Glossy Ibis. Thanks, greetings Berend
These Wigeon made couples now and then fly to Scandinavia to breed Ian. Thanks, greetings Berend
You can bet that I'll return to that place more often Ian. But most of the migratory birds a gone now to their breeding grounds. But in autumn a lot will rest there before flying to Spain and/or Africa. In spring they will be there again too. I'm not sure if it's a nest, maybe one have put some reed on the Island after maintenance. If it's a nest it's most likely from a Mute Swan. Greetings Berend
Thank you Ian, this windmill is standing about 800-900 meters away from the hide where I was sitting. Greetings Berend