Meadow brown, other Texel butterflies


This is a meadow brown butterfly video.

Warden Erik van der Spek reports about butterflies on Texel island in the Netherlands.

The meadow brown is the most numerous Texel species.

Also, some close relatives live on the island: speckled wood, wall brown butterfly, small heath, ringlet (seen occasionally), marbled white and grayling.

Texel blue butterflies: here.

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