Mother and baby hedgehog

This 24 October 2017 video shows a mother and baby hedgehog in a garden in Ede town in Gelderland province in the Netherlands.

Michael de Vries made this video.


Honey buzzard eating wasp larvae

This 7 September 2017 video shows a female honey buzzard called Walien at a common wasp nest in a hollow pollard willow tree in the Zutphense IJsseluiterwaard in Gelderland province in the Netherlands.

Walien eats the wasp larvae to get strong enough for her autumn migration flight to Africa.

Stef van Rijn made this video.

See also here.

Recovered young cuckoo freed

This 18 August 2017 video shows the freeing of a young cuckoo after rehabilitation, in the Ooijpolder nature reserve in Gelderland province in the Netherlands.

This young bird grew up in a reed warbler nest in the Ooijpolder. It was the first young cuckoo ever to be on a webcam. Unfortunately, the cuckoo fell out of the nest, damaged by storm. It was brought to a bird hospital. The cuckoo’s reed warbler foster parents started a new nest. Meanwhile, the young reed warblers have fledged.

And now, after convalescence, the young cuckoo has fledged as well.

Leopard slug video

This 17 August 2017 video is about a leopard slug.

Marc Canton made this video near Arnhem city in Gelderland province in the Netherlands.

Otter born in Dutch nature reserve

This 23 July 2017 video from Gelderland province in the Netherlands says about itself (translated):

For the first time since more than 50 years ago, a young otter has been born in the Gelderse Poort nature reserve. This video was made with a camera trap by Jorden Spliethof.

Read more here.

Dutch garden birds, mammals, frogs

This video was recorded by Michael de Vries in his garden in Gelderland province in the Netherlands, in the summer, fall, winter and spring of 2010-2011.

Including hawfinches; wood mice and house mice at peanut butter; bramblings; hedgehog at peanut butter; nuthatch; short-toed treecreper; common frogs in the pond; blue tits, great tits and house sparrows gathering nesting material; greenfinches; and more.