The video was made near Griendtsveen (Limburg province).
Jos Vroegrijk made the video.
This music video is a song against Bishop Gijsen written in 1979, as performed in 1981, by Dutch rock band Disease.
Translated from site nu.nl in the Netherlands:
The diocese of Roermond knew already on February 11 this year that former Bishop Jo Gijsen had abused children when he was chaplain in South Limburg. The diocese covered up this information all the time.
More about this here.
Dutch government condemns diocese on this: here.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Tuesday 8 April 2014, 22:03 (Update: 09-04-14, 08:05 AM)
An amateur archaeologist has found a palette bracelet from the late Bronze Age (1000-800 BC) in Limburg province. Palette bracelets from this time are rare. In the Netherlands there had never previously been found one, though some were in Belgium and France.
The man found the object during a years-long search on a field in the municipality of Echt-Susteren. In total he found 85 objects in the ground: bracelets, rings, beads and wire in a spiral shape. The Limburg Museum aquired them last year.
The museum assumes that the objects were buried as offerings or to keep them out of the hands of an enemy.
It is not certain whether the jewelry was used as a bracelet. It may also have been worn on an ankle.
The museum has restored the items. From May 3 on, people will be able to see them in the museum.
This video is called BBC – Natural World – Return Of The Eagle Owl.
Translated from ARK conservationists in the Netherlands:
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
In Limburg this year a record number of eagle owls has been found. During an investigation by ARK Nature Development already fourteen territories of these spectacular owls have been discovered. In 1997, the eagle owl nested for the first time in a limestone quarry near Maastricht. The numbers are growing and the eagle owls are also expanding into woods and sand quarries scattered throughout the province of Limburg.
This video, recorded in Germany, is about European wild cats.
See also here.
Translated from the Dutch EIS entomologists:
New Dutch species discovered by chance: zebra springtail
Monday, December 23, 2013
Sometimes species new for the Netherlands are discovered by accident. Eg, the zebra springtail. Nature photographer André den Ouden found on a picture of a blue-winged grasshopper a weird little ball. Springtail specialist Matty Berg concluded: a zebra springtail, not previously encountered in the Netherlands.
On July 23, 2013 nature photographer André den Ouden scoured the railway yard of Molenhoek in Limburg, in search of the rare slender blue-winged grasshopper. He failed in his mission, so he made some pictures of the blue-winged grasshopper, which is present in large numbers there.
At home, he saw on one of the pictures a tiny spherical creature at the foot of the grasshopper.
Fasciosminthurus quinquefasciatus is the name of this newly discovered small springtail. Dutch name: zebraspringstaart, zebra springtail, because of its stripes.
This video is called How the sawfish uses its saw.
Translated from Dutch news agency ANP:
Fossil sawfish snout, a unique discovery
Thursday, December 19, 2013 11:11
In the marl quarry of ENCI in Maastricht the fossil snout, called a rostrum, of a sawfish has been found. To our knowledge this is the first discovery in the world of the rostrum of the species Ganopristis leptodon, Brabants Dagblad daily reports.
The fish lived 66 million years ago.
See also here.