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 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.
More than one edible frog in the pond just outside the hide.
The Internet side of the hide mentions common frogs living here. This species hatches earlier, in spring, than edible frogs, which are for the first time in this pond in this 2016 summer.
Sometimes, frogs sat on the bank, watching their mirror image in the pond.
Then, they jumped back in the water again.
Kingfishers sometimes visit the pond, but not when we were there on 10 June. Maybe there is more chance of seeing a kingfisher earlier in the year, when the frogs are in the tadpole stage and are easier to catch.
On 10 June, we often saw bank voles drinking at the pond and running around.
Maps show genetic diversity in mammals, amphibians around the world. Charts provide a baseline to study humans’ effects on species. By
Kate Travis, 7:00am, October 21, 2016: here.