This 16 May 2017 video shows a wryneck.
Dutch Maurits Schriemer made this video in his garden
Wrynecks are rare in the Netherlands.
This 11 May 2017 video shows a Slavonian grebe video.
Gerrit Kiekenbos from the Netherlands make this video.
This 9 May 2017 video shows a grey lag goose couple with their goslings grazing.
Nel Ros from the Netherlands made this video.
In this 27 April 2017 video, a male starling attacks a great spotted woodpecker couple’s nest in a nestbox. He drives out the woodpeckers and throws their eggs out. Then, he adorns the occupied nest with flowers to attract female starlings. However, no female starling is interested in him.
Frans van Hal made this video in his garden in the Netherlands.
This 3 May 2017 video shows a wren couple building a nest in an attic in a house. They fly in through an air grid.
Hilko Hof from the Netherlands made this video from his kitchen below the attic.
They demand an increase of Dutch military expenses to six billion euros; higher than any political party participating in the recent elections has ever proposed.
Ex minister, now government adviser Hirsch Ballin said (translated):
The biggest threat to the Netherlands is that our connections with the outside world may be affected. The supply of raw materials …
The advisers say (translated):
That climate change is the main factor in war in, eg, Syria, was recognized recently by a prominent Dutch general. A logical consequence of that would be to spend six billion or more euros not on more and more weapons and wars, but in stopping climate change, thus stopping wars. However, Mr Hirsch Ballin and his ilk do not want to see logic.
As for ‘unemployed young Africans who come to Europe‘: if they get good jobs and humane treatment, then they are unlikely to become a ‘security issue’, certainly not of the size of bloody wars like in Syria. If they are treated badly, then some of them may become a sort of ‘security issue’; like other people who are treated badly may sometimes become. Even then, tanks and battleships costing six billion euros are hardly the answer to a few young Africans breaking a window in a government building in anger. Let alone that expensive nuclear weapons, like the US American ones at Dutch Volkel airbase, would be an effective answer to angry young people. Even more: tanks, battleships and nuclear weapons costing six billion euros or much more are not an effective answer to terrorism: whether ISIS-like terrorism, extreme right Islamophobic civilians’ terrorism, or extreme right Islamophobic German army officers’ terrorism.
This 3 May 2017 video shows baby great crested grebes on a parent’s back, while their other parent tries to feed them a rather big fish.
Jan Hasselman from the Netherlands made this video.