This 2016 video shows buzzards feeding in Belarus.
On 10 January 2020, a buzzard on a branch in the forest.
Great spotted woodpecker.
Two Egyptian geese land at a meadow where four others are present already. They are welcomed, or are they shown they are unwelcome?
On the beach, sanderlings.
Also at least five egg cases of thorny skates.
This video says about itself:
Hyperactive SANDERLINGS on the beach at the Cap-Pele wharf in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada on November 5, 2011.
On 9 January 2021, a walk through the forest and sand dunes of Texel island to the North Sea.
On a meadow, gray lag geese, white-fronted geese and Egyptian geese.
In the forest, goldcrests. And a blue tit hanging upside down on a branch.
On the beach, herring gulls and sanderlings.
This is a goldcrest video from Sweden.
Today, at Den Helder ferry harbour, two jackdaws sitting on top of a sign, a bit distant from each other. The sign warned people to distance spatially.
In the forest west of Den Burg village on Texel island, a great spotted woodpecker calls.
A flock of goldcrests.
This video is about red-backed shrikes at their nest in Belarus.
At the end of the video, the young birds fledge.
This video is about a chiffchaff singing in spring in Belarus.
This video is about a chaffinch singing in Belarus.
This video from Belarus is called Common Cranes in the autumn swamp. Wake up with a flock of birds.
This 22 December 2020 video from Canada is called What scientists have learned about mummified wolf pup from the ice age.
From the BBC, 22 December 2020:
A wolf cub that was found mummified in northern Canada lived at least 56,000 years ago, scientists say.
Hidden in permafrost for tens of thousands of years, the female cub was discovered by a gold miner near Dawson city in Yukon territory in 2016.
She has since been named Zhur, meaning wolf, by the local Tr’ondek Hwech’in people.
Scientists now say the cub, of which the hide, hair and teeth are intact, is “the most complete wolf mummy known”.
“She’s basically 100% intact – all that’s missing are her eyes,” lead author Professor Julie Meachen, a paleontologist and professor of anatomy at Des Moines University in Iowa, told the EurekAlert! science news website.
Using a variety of techniques, the team was able to determine many aspects of the cub’s life, from her age and diet to a probable cause of death.
The findings, published in the Current Biology journal on Monday, show the cub and her mother had eaten “aquatic resources”, including fish such as salmon.
This 9 November 2e018 video from the USA is called It’s back: NYC’s rare Mandarin duck makes grand return to Central Park.
On 25 January 2020, a mandarin duck swam in the harbour.
At the cemetery, many jays. And magpies, nuthatches and great tits.
This 22 December 2020 video says about itself
The Triassic Reptile With “Two Faces”
Figuring out what this creature’s face actually looked like would take paleontologists years. But understanding this weird animal can help us shine a light on at least one way for ecosystems to bounce back from even the worst mass extinction.