Dead deer keeps other wildlife alive

This 31 August 2016 video is from the Kuinderbos forest in Flevoland province in the Netherlands. It shows a dead roe deer, on which various insect species and other scavenging animals feed.

Wildlife warden Harco Bergman brings also other animals which have been killed by traffic accidents to this spot, like a heron and a beech marten. This way, people can see how animals after their death contribute to keeping other wildlife alive.

Young honey buzzards ringed

This 5 August 2016 video shows two young honey buzzards being ringed in the Kuinderbos nature reserve in the Netherlands.

They were about 24 days old, so just before fledging.

Dutch red deer discover wildlife tunnel

This video shows the red deer 2013 mating season in Dutch national park De Hoge Veluwe.

On 16 February 2016 Dutch regional broadcaster Omroep Flevoland reported that the first red deer had been recorded using the new wildlife tunnel between nature reserves Oostvaardersplassen and Oostvaardersveld.

See also here.

Hen harrier nest in Dutch Flevoland

This video from the Netherlands is about a male hen harrier (Circus cyaneus) on a post.

The Werkgroep Grauwe Kiekendief in the Netherlands reports today that in 2015 there was a hen harrier nest in Flevoland, for the first time in ten years in that province.

The nest was in a wheat field. The farmer helped to protect the nest.

Between 10 and 15 August, three healthy chicks, two male and one female, hatched.

Hen harriers of Vlieland island: here.

Female common pochard bathing, video

This video shows a female common pochard bathing and diving in the Lepelaarsplassen nature reserve in Flevoland province in the Netherlands.

Marlies Pauw made this video.

This site says this duck is a teal, but I think they are wrong. Teal are not diving ducks.

Good beaver news from Dutch Flevoland

This is a beaver video from Poland.

In 2000, there were 7 beaver lodges in Flevoland province in the Netherlands, where 9 beavers were counted.

In this year, 2015, there were 59 inhabited lodges and 94 beavers; according to Dutch daily Metro today.

Hen harrier nest webcam, unique worldwide

This video shows a male hen harrier cleaning his feathers on a pole.

If all will go well, then tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, a webcam will be online, showing live images of a hen harrier nest in a field in Flevoland province in the Netherlands. You will then be able to see them at this site.

This is a world scale first. The nest is one of only eight hen harrier nests in the Netherlands this year.