From the Dutch daily Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant:
TERNEUZEN – Rijkswaterstaat [Dutch government water management], at the request of the Stichting Landschapsbeheer Zeeland has changed the way of mowing near the sluices of Terneuzen. Near those sluices, a population of rare five-spot burnet moths is present.
This species occurs in the Nederlands only in the Zeeuws-Vlaanderen region. They live at flowery roadsides and dikes. If there at the wrong moment all flowers are mowed away that is fatal for these moths. On the other hand, the moths are also dependent on mowing, because else the plant which their caterpillars live on, the birdsfoot trefoil, is unable to maintain itself. Parts near the sluices of Terneuzen will be mowed this year in phases. In this way, enough flowers for the moths will remain, and also the birdsfoot trefoil will be able to maintain itself.