Beached young harbour porpoises in rehab, video


This video from Harderwijk in Gelderland province in the Netherlands says about itself:

13 July 2016

Hopefully in a few weeks these harbour porpoises named Sven and Nena will be all better and ready to hunt for food by themselves again. Until the day that they can be released back in the North Sea again, the experts of SOS Dolfijn are taking care of them. Fish and medication is being given to both so that they can grow and become healthy again.

Dunnocks feed young cuckoo, video


This video shows a dunnock ‘foster parent’ couple feeding a young cuckoo.

H.E. Mateman made this video near Doetinchem in Gelderland province the Netherlands in July 2015.

How porpoises swim, video


This video from Harderwijk in Gelderland province in the Netherlands says about itself:

How porpoises use their fins

28 June 2016

Harbour porpoises use their tail fluke to move forward in the water. By moving the tail up and down they are able to go forward. By using the pectoral fins they can change their direction. The dorsal fin is to stabilize the porpoise in the water. Harbour porpoise Sven is demonstrating how it works in this short footage. Sven is currently a patient in the rehab centre of SOS Dolfijn.

Badger family camera trap video


This June 2016 camera trap video from Gelderland province in the Netherlands shows a badger family.

Common linnets video


After the stonechats video, another video from the surroundings of Ede in Gelderland province in the Netherlands.

This one, recorded on 3 June 2016, shows common linnets.

Stonechat couple video


This 28 May 2016 video shows a stonechat couple near Ede in Gelderland province in the Netherlands.

Also featuring a tree pipit.

In the background, a skylark sings.

Great spotted woodpecker nest


This 29 May 2016 video shows a great spotted woodpecker nest at Kernhem estate, Ede local authority, Gelderland province, the Netherlands.