Orchids of Ameland island


This video is called Japanese wild orchid hunt: the search for Calanthe sieboldii.

On 21 September 2014, Vroege Vogels radio in the Netherlands reported about the Groene Strand beach on Ameland island.

New sand dunes are forming there. They attract special plant species.

Including the rare fen orchid.

Other orchid species there: southern marsh orchid; early marsh orchid; and marsh helleborine.

More Ameland orchids: here.

Fen orchids of Texel island: here.

Almere orchids destroyed: here.

Orchids in the Netherlands: here. And here.

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