This is a video about De Stulp, Lage Vuursche, the Netherlands.
There is much forest and heath there; eg, around De Stulp.
I heard many nuthatches calling today. Over the heath, many house martins and barn swallows flying together; preparing for autumn migration to maybe as far away as South Africa. Some swallows sat down on leafless tree branches.
Also, buzzard and jay.
De Stulp photos: here.
Still a bit more to the south, the Pluismeer lake is a nature reserve closed to the public. However, there is a hide with a view of the lake. Today, I saw a dabchick swimming there (or, maybe a black-necked grebe; it was far away, and both species occur at this lake). There were two roe deer as well.
Birds in the Netherlands: here.