Michiel Mos in the Netherlands made this video.
This 28 April 2016 video by Luuk Punt in the Netherlands shows a young black-crowned night heron, looking for food in the water.
This video from Spain says about itself:
More than 128,000 Common Cranes counted in winter 2013-2014 in Extremadura! Even more than last year. Large concentrations on rice and corn stubble. Amazing spectacle! Easy to watch from the car or with a short walk.
Corn buntings singing.
A chaffinch sings.
An unusual insect crosses the road. It is a female red-striped oil beetle. One of the largest European insects, this species is unable to fly.
Next, a male stonechat.
A goldfinch on the road.
And this 2015 video shows Ms van der Meer making a mural depicting flowers and sports people in a tunnel in Teylingen local authority.
And this 2013 video shows Ms van der Meer making a mural depicting flowers, boats and other items at Sassenheim railway station.
In April 2016, Ms van der Meer finished her mural at the Ridderspoortunnel in Leiden. The part on the photo depicts a black-tailed godwit. The red around the bird on the picture symbolizes that black-tailed godwits are a threatened species. The Ridderspoortunnel mural the biodiversity in the area. It also depicts a garganey, buttercup, green hawker dragonfly, smooth newt and a ruff.
This 29 April 2016 video from the Netherlands is about Ockenburgh nature reserve in The Hague.
On 17 April 2016, after we saw great bustards earlier, we were still in the steppe area of Extremadura.
Three tawny pipits walking on the dirt road.
Two white storks fly past.
We don’t see them. But we do see Spanish pond turtles resting on rocks along the bank.
A nightingale sings.
A booted eagle flies past.
A chaffinch sings.
A grey wagtail on the river bank.
A crag martin flying.
Stonechat male and female on a bush.
We arrive at an area where Spanish bird lovers have put nest boxes for rollers on electricity poles. Other bird species, like spotless starlings, lesser kestrels, common kestrels and jackdaws also use these nest boxes.
A roller sitting near a nestbox.
A red kite flying.
Great bustards on the other side of the road.
Also rollers on that side, sitting on rocks.
Another roller next to its nestbox.
A lesser kestrel couple at another nestbox.
As we continue, a male Montagu’s harrier flying.
And a female as well.
A zitting cisticola flies while singing.
A black kite flies.
A male and a female Montagu’s harrier flying together. Another male shows up. So does a female marsh harrier.
A southern grey shrike on a bush.