We enjoyed watching the free-ranging Galloway herd, which has been introduced along the Waal River for habitat management. It was a very hot day (34°C), and several cows and calves went into the river up to their bellies for cooling. Two bulls engaged in a little bit of a stage fight, and overall it looked more like wild buffalos roaming the landscape rather than a lame cattle herd. Well, except for the yellow ear tags...
What a bizarre critter!
Same as this one:
This time caught in action! The prey might have been a Lasioglossum bee.