This video is about the zitting cisticola.
The video is from the Netherlands, where they are rare breeding birds in Zeeland province.
However, climate change and tourism for northern to southern Europe and back now means it occurs more to the north as well.
This is a German language video about a barbastelle bat.
Dutch Vroege Vogels radio reported on 11 May 2007 about barbastelle bats. They used to be rare in the Netherlands. Until 1993, they hibernated in one spot: a ruin in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen region in Zeeland province.
After that ruin was demolished, the bats disappeared.
On 1 May this year, barbastelle bats were seen again in a woodland in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen.
In spite of her very unusual five legs, the lamb is healthy.
Normally, farmer Aartsen does not name his lambs. However, in this case he made an exception. He named her Adèle. As she was born on 21 January 2017: the dying day of well-known Dutch actress Adèle Bloemendaal, who starred in TV series ‘t Schaep met de 5 pooten (the five-legged sheep).
Aartsen usually sells his lambs to other farmers or slaughterhouses. However, he will keep Adèle if there is much interest in her, he said.
Earlier this month, another five-legged lamb (a white one; not black like Adèle) was born in England.