This 2016 video is called Re-wilding Europe, One Bison at a Time.
Translated from ARK Natuurontwikkeling in the Netherlands:
Natterjack toads benefit of bison in Maashorst
21 August 2016 – In the North Brabant province nature reserve Maashorst nature is in full swing. Recently European bison were introduced there. Along with Exmoor ponies and Tauros cattle they graze the grasslands, heaths and forests of the Maashorst. With their grazing and digging they provide spaces for other species such as the natterjack toad.
This 2014 Dutch video is about Tauros cattle: an attempt to breed the extinct aurochs back.
From Science, Space & Robots:
Newly Discovered Rain Frog Named After Sleeping Beauty Mountains
Posted on August 11, 2016
A new species of rain frog has been discovered in the premontane forests of the Peruvian central Andes. The frog has been named after the Sleeping Beauty mountains. This is the local name for the mountains where the frog lives. The Bella Durmiente (Sleeping beauty) mountain chain … is named for its resemblance to a sleeping woman.
The frog’s scientific name is Pristimantis pulchridormientes. “Pulcher” is Latin for beautiful and “dormientes” means sleeping. The common name for the new frog species is Sleeping beauty rain frog.
The frog has bright-red groins, shanks and thighs. It has a yellowish-brown body. The frog was discovered and described by Drs German Chavez, Centro de Ornitología y Biodiversidad (CORBIDI), and Alessandro Catenazzi, affiliated with both CORBIDI and Southern Illinois University.
Dr. Chavez says in the announcement, “When we heard the chorus of males, first thought was: such a strange call! When we saw this amazing frog, we knew that it is a new species. No other frog has that bright red colour on rear limbs!”
A research paper on the newly discovered frog species can be found here in the journal ZooKeys.
This video shows a polecat with a frog, at the Kaaistoep nature reserve in Tilburg, the Netherlands.
Martijn de Boer made this video.
This 26 July 2016 video shows various bird species, including spoonbills, great crested grebes and white storks, and an edible frog and mating blue-tailed damselflies in the Blauwe Kamer nature reserve in Utrecht province in the Netherlands.
This 21 July 2016 video shows edible frogs in the Dutch Veluwe region.
This video from Britain says about itself:
Explore a watery world with pond dipping
21 July 2016
Summer is a great time to go exploring, and whether you’re by the sea, a pond or any other water, it’s also a great time to learn more about underwater nature first hand.
This 23 June 2016 shows wildlife, like butterflies, a damselfly and a frog, after rain in the Mallebos woodland on Voorne island in the Netherlands.