After 17 April 2017 in the Westbroekse Zodden, these photos from that nature reserve are from 20 April. Like this singing sedge warbler.
This time, no yellow wagtails, only white ones.
This time, not a red kite like on 17 April; but there was a kestrel.
Another animal not seen on 17 April was this butterfly: a green-veined white butterfly.
Also, a male orange tip butterfly flying around.
Of course, the lots of slender cottongrass were still there.
So were lady’s smock flowers.
And marsh marigold.
This May 2007 video shows a painted lady butterfly in Sweden.
This video shows wildlife video highlights of 2016 from the Netherlands. Including a long-eared owl, a peacock butterfly, and more.
This 12 July 2016 video from the Veluwe region in the Netherlands shows a holly blue butterfly.
This video says about itself:
11 November 2016
The transition from caterpillar to butterfly is a process that consists of four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Observe one caterpillar as it develops into a gorgeous winged insect.
From: MICRO MONSTERS WITH DAVID ATTENBOROUGH: Courtship.
This video from the USA says about itself:
1 November 2016
Beautiful Gulf Fritillary or “Passion” Butterfly – bright orange catches your eye and the 3 little white dots on each fore-wing are the clincher. Watch for a guest appearance by a spider!
The Gulf Fritillary, Agraulis vanillae (Linnaeus), is a brightly colored butterfly common across extreme southern portions of the United States. At home in most open, sunny habitats, it frequents roadsides, disturbed sites, fields, open woodlands, pastures, yards, and parks. It is a regular in most butterfly gardens, including those in more urban settings.
This 9 November 2016 video, in Dutch with English subtitles, is about Alcon blue butterflies and their life cycle in national park De Hoge Veluwe in the Netherlands.