This 10 March video shows black-tailed godwits, maybe just back from spring migration from Africa, and oystercatchers. First in snowy weather. Then, the snow stopped and the sun shone.
Jan Poffers made this video along the Vecht river in Overijssel province in the Netherlands.
This 12 March 2018 video is about spring in the Dutch Veluwe region around Ede town. With roe deer, mandarin ducks, songbirds and many more.
This video says about itself:
5 September 2012
Water lily flower, Nymphaea alba opening time-lapse.
Filmed by Neil Bromhall for www.rightplants4me.co.uk.
Two flowers were filmed in my studio over a period of 7 days. Interval 1 frame every 4 – 8 minutes. I used grow lights to get the flower to open and studio flash for constant exposures.
Water lily flowers open and close only three times after which the flower will wither and submerge underwater where the seeds will ripen.
The flower needs full sun to stimulate it to open.
The time-lapse shows how perfectly the petals fold in on themselves to keep the flower watertight when closed.
Music “Days of future past” by Debbie Wiseman
Today, the water lilies close to where I live have opened their flowers.
Coot parents feeding their small chick. Another chick swam a bridge further.
Swifts flying while calling.
Blackbird and chaffinch singing.
This 26 April video shows wild flowers in spring.
Roel Diepstraten in the Netherlands made this video.
This video from the Netherlands shows young animals in spring: images of mallard ducklings; a young pine marten; a young great spotted woodpecker fed by its parents; a red squirrel; an owlet; a young oystercatcher; and hungry young wrens.
This video from the USA says about itself:
29 April 2016
Azure Bluet (Houstonia caerulea) wildflowers at 5000 feet in the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina. Also called “Quaker Ladies”, they are stunning close up and in a large grouping. Filmed with Motorola Droid Turbo 2 in 4K Video.
This video, recorded 9-10 April 2016 on Overflakkee island in the Netherlands, shows some of the first butterflies of spring: peacock, comma and speckled wood.
See also here.