This 5 May 2016 video is about the Beningerslikken nature reserve in the Netherlands.
This video is about Spuimonding West.
This video is about Spuimonding West and Beningerslikken.
So is this one.
And this one.
A barn swallow flying.
We saw two ringed plovers. Later, we would see a flock of hundreds of them.
A Cetti’s warbler sings.
A goshawk lands on a tree.
A male marsh harrier flying.
A female reed bunting. Later, males as well.
So does a bluethroat.
This video shows a Beningerslikken bluethroat.
Then, a highlight: four or five bearded reedlings balancing on reed stems.
A female marsh harrier. A buzzard.
Two roe deer running across the footpath.
This video shows Beningerslikken roe deer running.
Edible frog sound.
Yellow iris flowers.
A female stonechat.
A willow warbler sings.
Finally, two spoonbills foraging.
This video is also about the Beningerslikken and its wildlife.
So is this video.