Birds, flowers and fungi of Terschelling island


Honeysuckle, Terschelling, 19 September 2019

After 18 September 2019 on Terschelling island came 19 September. Which started for us with this beautiful honeysuckle flower. Like all photos in this blog post, a macro lens photo.

Honeysuckle flowers, Terschelling, 19 September 2019

And these ones.

Honeysuckle flowers on Terschelling, 19 September 2019

And these ones.

Most heather flowers were gone; except for a few small patches.

Parasol mushroom, Terschelling, 19 September 2019

A bit further, big parasol mushrooms.

Parasol mushrooms, Terschelling, 19 September 2019

Parasol mushroom, on Terschelling, 19 September 2019

Eight meadow pipits on the meadow near these mushrooms.

A buzzard on a top of a coniferous tree.

A speckled wood butterfly.

In the Kroonpolders lake, two greenshanks.

Brown roll-rim fungi.

As we approached the North Sea, a dead young herring gull along the footpath.

In a sea-buckthorn bush, a brown-tail moth winter nest.

On a coastal sand dune, European searocket attracted honeybees and a bumblebee.

A great cormorant swims and dives in the North Sea.

European searocket, Terschelling, 19 September 2019

As we walked back, this European searocket photo.

We walked back further. Now, four greenshanks at the Kroonpolders lake.

Still further, two buzzards circling around each other.

5 thoughts on “Birds, flowers and fungi of Terschelling island

  1. Pingback: Bathing meadow pipits, goslings of Terschelling island | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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