Rien van den Eertwegh made the video.
This photo shows the rare reddish mushroom Crepidotus cinnabarinus between not so rare white Crepidotus mollis fungi; photo by Ieko Staal.
That species had never been seen in the Netherlands. Until 28 August 2014, in the Hulkesteinse bos woodland in Flevoland province. Six days, later on 3 September, it was found in Zeeland province as well.
Translated from BirdLife in the Netherlands:
Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
For the first time, great egrets nest in Lepelaarplassen nature reserve. Three couples have nests in the Plan Bittern, an area that is reconstructed by Flevolandschap as part of the BirdLife protection plan for marsh birds. Great egrets nest only in a few places in the Netherlands. ….
The reed lands were too dry for many wetland birds. By the dredging of shallow ditches and by making deeper puddles in the reeds in the western part of the Lepelaarplassen the area became wetter. The project had immediate success: the first year after completion a bittern couple, the namesake of the plan, nested there.
This video says about itself:
5 March 2014
In one of the world’s most densely populated countries a nature reserve has been developed: The Oostvaardersplassen. Here the nature determines the rhythm. The film teams followed for two years a number of foxes, geese, kingfishers, deer and the largest herd of wild horses in Europe.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands today:
The wildlife film The New Wilderness has been proclaimed by the Dutch public to be the best Dutch film of last year. The film about the Oostvaardersplassen [nature reserve] received the most votes in the Rembrandt Awards. …
There were at the ceremony in Amsterdam also prizes for foreign films. The Dutch public thought The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was the best film and leading actor Jennifer Lawrence from the same film was the best actress.