A spring day with summer temperatures and wonderful walking weather. Many bluebells are wilting and starting to set fruit. But at the same time the color of the flowers also fades. It is now more pale blue-gray than purple-blue. And because the forest canopy is gradually closing, there is less and less light in the forest and they are also less noticeable. Fortunately, there are other spring bloomers that provide the spring atmosphere. Bear’s garlic (ramsons) in particular creates a beautiful white carpet of flowers where the soil is sufficiently moist and calcareous. Lots of activity among the birds that constantly fly to the nest with caterpillars to feed the young offspring. And the ponds are teeming with tadpoles. Spring is in full swing.