This Dutch video is about a bird-friendly garden. It is a sequel to three earlier videos.
Like these hollow-stemmed asphodel flowers.
A cinereous vulture flying overhead.
Two hoopoes flying.
A beautiful holly oak tree.
We reached the river. Much more water in it than two days ago, because of yesterday’s showers.
Then, the rain started again. Lots of rain.
As we walked back, we saw this gum rockrose flower.
An Egyptian vulture flying.
It flies closer to us.
A hoopoe calls.
Many red sandspurry flowers in the middle of the road.
Later, along the road, gum rockrose flowers.
In the dehesa behind a fence, a red deer.
While we walk in the dehesa, a short-toed snake eagle flies past.
In the distance, we see the church of Jaraicejo village already.
In a lakelet, common water-crowfoot flowers.
A bit further, a holly oak flowering.
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.
This is a Spanish video about birds in Extremadura.
After 15 April 2016 in Extremadura came 16 April 2016 for us.
A rainy day again.
While the holly oaks kept standing still.
A mass of caterpillars.
Wood ear and other fungi.