Landscape & Wildlife

beachcombing, environment, polution

A flock of terns

Terror Tern!

By Charlotte | 07/07/2019

Think of Hitchcocks movie ‘Birds’, then read this story about the terror tern. The movie was right.

Eynhallow monestery in the morning light

The mysterious secret of Eynhallow.

By Charlotte | 22/06/2019

Blue men hold guard over the little island of Eynhallow. For 6 hours they wave their arms eastwards and 6 hours westwards, creating big standing…

Seals on a rock

Seal choir

By Charlotte | 08/06/2019

WowowowowoNow, repeat after me…Wowowowowo, more like a howling dog but not that loud. Just a bit softer, wowowowo.Now, let’s make it more playful. You do…

Plovers

By Charlotte | 06/04/2019

I can look at plovers all day, they are so funny.

Oyster catchers

By Charlotte | 02/03/2019

PIEP, PIEP, PIEIEIEIEIEP, PIP, PIP ,PIEP!!
What is that high pitched shouting all about?

The secret world of Highland cows.

By Charlotte | 01/02/2019

Highland cattle are always fun to watch but keep an eye on your seakayak and stuff with the cow’s are around!

Ticks do not tickle

By Charlotte | 20/07/2018

My opinion about ticks, and it is not a good one.

Another high

By Charlotte | 28/01/2018

This weekend we enjoyed and other high water. This time on the river Waal, the largest distributary branch of the Rhine. First by bicycle, which…

Kayaking in Meinderswijk, Arnhem. With High water in the floodplain

High water at home

By Alexander | 12/01/2018

This week, in the Rhine close to home, water did rise to 12.40m NAP (approx. sea level). To give you a reference to my floor…

No brains, only beauty

By Charlotte | 12/11/2017

The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains is great news for stupid people. Fascinating, ghostlike creatures hanging suspended…