3591 wildlife species in Dutch village Bergen


This video is about ringing young birds of prey near Bergen village in the Netherlands.

Dutch site Waarneming.nl reports that in 2014, 3591 wildlife species were seen in Bergen local authority.

This made Bergen the local authority where most biodiversity was counted. Second was Ede local authority, with 3392 species; third, Wageningen, with 3302 species.

In most Dutch local authorities, the number was about 400 species of animals, plants, fungi, etc.

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