This video is called A trip to see the colony of seals at Blakeney Point, Norfolk, England.
From the BBC:
Rare beetles found at Blakeney National Nature Reserve
A rare type of Rove Beetle has been spotted at Blakeney Point
Two species of beetle that are new to Norfolk have been discovered as part of 187 different beetle varieties found at Blakeney National Nature Reserve.
Nine experts found a Rove and a Fungus Beetle as part of a survey on “small, but important wildlife”.
They also found 41 lichen species, 24 types of spider and five types of ant.
“We are indebted to these wonderful volunteers,” said Stuart Warrington, National Trust nature conservation advisor.
“Without them we just would not know how important Blakeney Point is for insects and other invertebrates,” he added.
The survey, which took place in September 2009, also unveiled a Sap Beetle Nitidula carnaria, which had not been recorded in Norfolk since the 19th Century, and the Clown Beetle Gnathoncus nanus with only its second appearance in recent history.
Nationally rare ant species Myrmica specioides were also discovered.
The survey rounded off a successful summer for wildlife at Blakeney Point, famously known for its seals, as its breeding birds had a good season with the Sandwich Tern colony growing to 3100 pairs, up from 2400 pairs in 2008.
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