This video says about itself:
Hyperactive SANDERLINGS on the beach at the Cap-Pele wharf in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada on November 5, 2011.
On 9 January 2021, a walk through the forest and sand dunes of Texel island to the North Sea.
On a meadow, gray lag geese, white-fronted geese and Egyptian geese.
In the forest, goldcrests. And a blue tit hanging upside down on a branch.
On the beach, herring gulls and sanderlings.
This is a goldcrest video from Sweden.
Today, at Den Helder ferry harbour, two jackdaws sitting on top of a sign, a bit distant from each other. The sign warned people to distance spatially.
In the forest west of Den Burg village on Texel island, a great spotted woodpecker calls.
A flock of goldcrests.
This 27 October 2020 Dutch video from Texel island is about an American blackpoll warbler. This bird was discovered by Han Zevenhuizen on the cemetery of De Cocksdorp village on 25 October.
It is the first time ever for that species in the Netherlands
This July 2020 video is about a greater flamingo near the east coast of Texel island in the Netherlands.
Black-headed gulls don’t like the flamingo near their nesting colony and attack it.
Avocets are also in the background of the video.
Luc Middendorp made this video.
This 21 July video from Texel island in the Netherlands is about little terns.
Filmmaker Monique Moors and marine biologist Chrisje van Ek made this video.
This 17 April 2020 video is about orchids on Texel island in the Netherlands. There are over 10 orchid species on Texel.
This 14 April 2020 video is about a Cetti’s warbler warbles on Texel island.
Cetti’s warblers are recent immigrants to the Netherlands from southern Europe.
They are common now in the southern Dutch Biesbosch national park; but still rare in northern regions like Texel.
This 10 April 2020 video from Texel island in the Netherlands shows spring birds. Like turtle dove and hawfinch.
This 6 April 2020 video from Texel island shows six seals, Harold, JJ, Sammie, Dex, Sello and Willie freed into the sea after recovery from illness in Ecomare museum.
This March 2020 video is about eider ducks swimmning in the North Sea off Texel island.