Nature today | NatureJournal 29 September 2021

If the wind is right, you can sometimes go to the beach Mouse Shearwaters See They are real birds of the open sea, especially near the Dutch coast with westerly and northwesterly winds. In September and October most of the needle cutting water is found. One is very special to see because they actually fly all over the world. They breed in New Zealand, Australia, the Falkland Islands and outside Chile; Winter in the Northern Hemisphere. The East Coast of Canada is a favorite destination. When the whole world is at your disposal, it is so much fun to see the gray cut water near the Dutch coast!

Many plants have already finished flowering, so the flowers you can still see still stand out. The muursla For example, still bloom. This plant grows on walls or walls, as its name implies. That’s not the only place you can find it, especially when growing areas are important to keep wet. You can also find the best wall lettuce in the woods. For the next fall walk, check out the Nature Today Go app to see what other plants bloom nearby.

Text: Marjolin Muiz,
Photos: Luc Hoogenstein, Saxifraca; Ed Stequart, Saxifraga

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