[ngg src="galleries" ids="11" display="basic_thumbnail" override_thumbnail_settings="1" thumbnail_height="240" images_per_page="9"] Tijdens de coronauitbraak is er een berenjacht losgebarsten. Geen bloeddorstige traditionele, maar eentje gericht op knuffelberen. Door het hele land plaatsen mensen beren in het raam om kinderen wat afleiding te geven tijdens hun 1,5 meter-maatschappij wandeling. De berenjacht is...

[ngg src="galleries" ids="6" display="basic_slideshow"] Meadowbirds - Taking off The typical Dutch rural landscape with its meadowbirds is quickly disappearing. In the beginning of the 1900s many bird species became more numerous due to agricultural intensification. But as meadows started to look more and more like grass factories...

[ngg src="galleries" ids="2" display="basic_slideshow"] Tulips by night The Dutch bulb fields are well known for their extraordinary colors to brighten up the landscape and the tourist leaflets. However they grow in the most light polluted area of the world. At night the fields turn dull and are...

[ngg src="galleries" ids="4" display="basic_slideshow"] Changing tides Traditionally oystercatchers breed in an unstable habitat, the saltmarshes. During winter the seawater washes away formerly used nesting spots, while somewhere else new suitable breeding area is formed. But human activities are interfering with this ongoing process. Gas extraction lowers the...

[ngg src="galleries" ids="10" display="basic_slideshow"] YellowFBlueT In our human society people do not like to be generalised. We are individuals with different habits, characters and needs. But as soon as we look at wild animals we do not tend to speak about individuals rather than species. Although everyone...

[ngg src="galleries" ids="3" display="basic_slideshow"] A square foot of nature For me nature is not restricted to areas untouched by humans, I consider us as nature to. This includes the new habitat we created all over the world called “cities”. All kind of species will take advantage of...