ハシビロガモなど / Northern Shoveler etc.
As I was searching, a Northern Shoveler flew out from a reed bed on the side of the road.
A Northern Lapwing looks a bit troubled.
The rain that had fallen the day before had created large puddles in the field. Shallow puddles are quite interesting because the water is quiet when there is no wind.
A Japanese White-eye appeared for the first time in a long time. They were swarming around the red berries.
It was a little cute how it looked down, whether it was curious about where the berries were going or just coincidental.