This video is about a roe deer in Yorkshire in England.
Translated from daily Tubantia in the Netherlands:
Wildlife mirrors save lives of roe deer
July 21, 09:24
Last year “only” 35 deer died. “That’s about 20 percent lower than in other years,” said Jurgen Hejink, secretary of the Wildlife Management Unit (WBE) Winterswijk and surroundings.
Blue reflectors are placed by the game management units along several roads in the Achterhoek. Roe deer are scared of light rays of cars that are reflected by the blue reflectors. That keeps them from running on the roads.
This is a video about little owls.
That means also a good year for birds eating rodents.
Researchers at nest boxes for little owls in the Achterhoek region of the eastern Netherlands find many more rodents at the nests than in earlier years. So far, 2007 was the year with the highest figure: 197 rodents.
This year, the counting is not finished yet, but already 486 rodents were found. 253 of these were wood mice. 145 were common voles. Bank voles: 73. House mice: 8. Water voles: 6. And one young brown rat.
Barn owls can catch enough food as well this year.
This video is about freeing two otters in Gelderse Poort nature reserve in the Netherlands, on 8 May 2014.
UPDATE: the makers have removed from YouTube the video which was embedded here at first; so, I replaced it with aother video about Gelderse Poort otters.
Translated from the Dutch Ark conservationists:
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
In nature reserve the Gelderse Poort four otters will be added to strengthen the genetic basis of the national otter population. The first two animals were set free there tonight. The otters come from various German zoos and are not genetically related to the otters in the Netherlands. In recent years, the habitat for otters has improved because water has become cleaner and measures have been taken for the safety of otters on roads near bridges and other obstacles. ARK Nature and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have initiated this addition.
This video is called Lichen, the most awesome thing ever.