Andries Dijkstra made this video.
From the Daily Telegraph in Britain about this video:
Cheeky squirrel steals a GoPro camera
17 Nov 2014
As the clip above demonstrates, sometimes you just need a GoPro camera and a slice of bread.
Montreal resident David Freiheit left his camera, with bait attached, at the base of a tree and stood nearby as an inquisitive squirrel approached.
The cheeky animal then dragged the camera up the tree, inadvertently filming Mr Freiheit in the process. Upon realising that the GoPro was not particularly tasty, the squirrel then jettisoned the camera onto the pavement below.
After being published on YouTube, Mr Freiheit’s footage has been viewed over 600,000 times. Completely nuts.
This video says about itself:
This delightful completely wild little wood mouse was only to happy for me to photograph him, so long as I fed him broken up peanuts. Filmed in my garden.
On the Dutch Wadden Sea islands grow cranberries. This plant is originally from North America. It is said that in the nineteenth century a barrel filled with cranberries beached on Terschelling, bringing this species to the Netherlands.
Common shrews live on the island as well.
This video is about a red squirrel, collecting dog’s hair for its nest.
Johannes van der Laan from the Netherlands made the video.
This video is called Dissecting Owl Pellets – Mr. Wizard’s Challenge.
There, old boxes were found. It turned out that these boxes contained many pellets, leftovers of meals of owls, raptors and other predators. Most were decades old.
Translated from the report:
The pellets were from ten types of predators. Most items were from barn owls (24 items). The long-eared owl was second (11 items). Then were six kestrel items. Pellets from other predators were only sparsely represented. 23 small mammals were identified in the pellets. The most special finds were water shrew, bicoloured white-toothed shrew, root vole, European pine vole and occasional finds of hedgehog, black rat and garden dormouse. In addition, a small number of birds and a small number of insects were found.
The complete report is here.
A little mouse feeds on seeds of a sunflower plant.
It had to climb over two meter to reach the food.
Kim van Groningen from Hilversum in the Netherlands made the video.