From the Wildlife Film festival Rotterdam in the Netherlands:
WFFR will open the festival this year with this beautiful film! De IJsvogel (Kingfisher) is an amazing Dutch wildlife film that shows why the kingfisher is thriving in the Netherlands the last couple of years. From within the nest a camera captures the hatching of the eggs until the young fledge. De IJsvogel has unique footage never seen before in the Netherlands. The music is composed by Big Orange, who previously won a Gouden Kalf (Dutch award) for best soundtrack.
The WWFR premiere of this film will be on 29 October 2015, 19:30.
This is a kingfisher video by Dennis Smit from the Netherlands.
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