This 3 February 2017 shows a red squirrel eating fungi growing on a tree. Red squirrels may also hoard fungi for food during winter.
Jangb from the Netherlands made this video.
This autumn 2016 video is about Dutch nature reserve Huys te Warmont.
Including birds, like ring-necked parakeet, great spotted woodpecker, short-toed treeceeper and starlings.
And fungi, like bearded tooth mushroom.
This video is about the beefsteak polypore.
The Dutch Mycological Society has named the beefsteak polypore (or ox tongue) as its 2017 Fungus of the Year.
This edible fungus lives mainly on English oak and related Quercus trees.
This 2016 video is called Most beautiful creature video – Wildlife, animals and bird photography. It shows birds, fungi and other wildlife, especially in Australia and Slovakia.
Pet sounds: why birds have much in common with humans. An expert on Australian native species says birds can have empathy, grieve after the death of a partner and form long-term friendships: here.
This December 2016 video is about fungi around Ede town in Dutch Gelderland.
This Dutch RTV Drenthe video says about itself (translated):
Dec 10. 2016
The Roeg! TV show this week is about the spruce forests in our province and a rare moss species in Meppel. In Drenthe, new reserves have been declared; the Forestry Commission and the Mushroom Task Force Drenthe have designated some spruce forests as mushrooms reserves. For in these woods nowadays you can find all kinds of special mushrooms.
Near Meppel grows a rare moss species: slender green feather moss. It grows only there, but abundantly so.
This 12 November 2016 video shows autumn in Gelderland province in the Netherlands; including robin, great spotted woodpecker, kingfisher, fungi and more.