This video is about a European adder (Vipera berus) in N-E Romania.
Translated from the Dutch ichthyologists and herpetelogists of RAVON:
After the first amphibians started to migrate last week, the reptiles are beginning to awaken from their hibernation. In the first days of March, at various places in the country, RAVON volunteers have seen some adders and two lizard species.
The first adder was reported on March 1 in Friesland province. Two days later on the Veluwe, two adders, a common lizard and a sand lizard [see also here and here] were observed.
More adder reports here. And here.
Another common lizard in Overijssel province: here.
Adders will go to great lengths to find a mate: here.
Another sign of spring: the common cranes are back in Friesland.
Spoonbills are also back from migration in the Netherlands.
A tentative species list of the European herpetofauna (Amphibia & Reptilia)—an update: here.
Adders across Britain are to be swabbed for DNA in tests conducted by the Zoological Society of London, Oxford University and conservation group Natural England.
Dutch reptiles molting: here.
Dutch reptiles, amphibians and fish in 2013: here.