This 22 July 2016 video is about Beninger Slikken nature reserve on Voorne island in the Netherlands.
It shows spoonbills, ruddy shelducks, a common tern, a yellow wagtail and butterflies.
This video from the USA says about itself:
21 July 2016
Salt-marsh Caterpillars on the move in their true natural environment. Often a pest when they invade cropland, here they are in the vast and remote St. Johns Marsh of Florida. Preferring broadleaf plants to grasses these caterpillars are searching for better food and the 25 mph winds are not helping them any. They develop into rather large white moths with small black dots.
This video from Britain says about itself:
Make a butterfly banquet & help give nature a home
1 July 2016
Here’s how to tempt butterflies with unwanted fruit!
More info here.
This video says about itself:
Honey-trapping Bears – Wild Japan – BBC
20 July 2016
This beekeeper has found a humane way of preventing bears from stealing honey, and with the help of local conservationists, relocate the bears to safer areas.
This 19 July 2016 video shows northern lapwings, geese and other birds, beetles, dragonflies, and plants at the Beerenplaat and Beninger Slikken nature reserves on Voorne island in the Netherlands.
This 15 July 2016 video shows butterflies, a male black-tailed skimmer dragonfly, other dragonflies, and other wildlife in the Mallebos woodland of Voorne island in the Netherlands.
This 4 July 2016 video shows a small copper butterfly near Ede in the Veluwe region in the Netherlands.
This 8 July 2016 video shows a small copper butterfly near Ede in the Veluwe region in the Netherlands.
This 8 July 2016 video shows a skipper butterfly near Ede in the Veluwe region in the Netherlands.
This 8 July 2016 video shows cinnabar moth caterpillars near Ede in the Veluwe region in the Netherlands.