Dutch red deer discover wildlife tunnel


This video shows the red deer 2013 mating season in Dutch national park De Hoge Veluwe.

On 16 February 2016 Dutch regional broadcaster Omroep Flevoland reported that the first red deer had been recorded using the new wildlife tunnel between nature reserves Oostvaardersplassen and Oostvaardersveld.

See also here.

13 thoughts on “Dutch red deer discover wildlife tunnel

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  2. Maandag 1 februari.

    EEN OCHTEND VERSTOPT IN EEN HUTJE OP DE HOGE VELUWE.

    Er zijn een paar kleine hutjes op De Hoge Veluwe waar je, als er
    niemand anders inzit, je kunt verstoppen om vogels te fotograferen. Die
    komen vanzelf naar je toe want er wordt regelmatig wat voer
    uitgestrooid en dat werkt, zeker in de winter, als een magneet. Ik heb
    mijn best voor u gedaan om een leuke serie te maken, kijk maar mee!

    http://www.nicodehaan.nl/Onieuws/hvhut

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