This 7 June 2020 BBC video says about itself:
This 2018 video from Cyprus about Himantoglossum robertianum, giant orchids, says about itself:
Plant is found growing on grassy hillsides and woodland areas of Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Balearic Islands, France, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Italy, Yugoslavia, the Aegean Islands, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey at elevations of 0 to 1100 meters.
And this spring, this biggest orchid species in Europe, for the first time in the Netherlands.
Translated from Nature Today in the Netherlands:
Six beautiful specimens of the giant orchid were discovered on March 11 in the coastal sand dunes near Noordwijk. It is a new species, never seen before in the Netherlands. It is a great surprise to the experts that the giant orchid has reached the Netherlands.
Esmee Winkel, botanical artist and one of the illustrators of the new Heukels’ Flora of the Netherlands, immortalized the first specimen found in the Netherlands on a watercolour (see image). The giant orchid is shown in full size and in detail.
This 30 April 2020 video from the Netherlands says about itself:
This 6 August 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Rare Ghost Orchid Has Multiple Pollinators | Short Film Showcase
Deep in remote Florida swamps, a team of researchers and photographers have made a new discovery that upends what we thought we knew about the ghost orchid, one of the world’s most iconic flowers, and how it reproduces.
This video is called Wild Orchids – Himantoglossum hircinum (lizard orchid).
It is the lizard orchid. In 1890, this species disappeared from the area. In 1980, it appeared again. Then, no lizard orchids until 2008. Then, gone again. And now, in 2019, it was found not so far from Katwijk town.
Twelve orchid species grow in this national park. The symbol flower of the park is the pyramid orchid.
This video is about Tilos island, Dodecanese, Greece.
After 19 April 2019, we woke up the next day, 20 April, in Megalo Chorio, Tilos island.
In the morning, a singing nightingale.
We climbed the steep village alleys up to a Greek Orthodox church.
One of the houses has a heart shape in its front gate.
A Sardinian warbler singing.
A dark phase Eleonora´s falcon flying past.
We take the bus to Agios Antonios harbour hamlet. Inhabited in the summer season. Now still deserted.
It is windy, causing waves to break on the rocky coast.
On the pier, this old boat and this crooked lamppost.
The deserted Agios Antonios hamlet is quiet, but the sea and the wind are not.
We walk along the mountain path from Agios Antonios back to Megalo Chorio.
Along the path, beautiful flowers. They are holy orchids. Most not yet flowering. But the one on this photo is.
Common poppies. Barley.
Then, another orchid species. Pyramidal orchids.
Then, a much bigger bird. A long-legged buzzard.
This 15 June 2017 video is called Long-legged buzzard in flight (Buteo rufinus) Αετογερακίνα – Cyprus.
More beautiful flowers yet before we reached Megalo Chorio.