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Belgium is a small country but has a rich and diverse natural heritage. It has many parks, forests, lakes, rivers, caves, and wildlife areas that offer scenic views and opportunities for outdoor activities. The country’s compact size allows for easy exploration of its charming countryside, dotted with quaint villages and flourishing biodiversity. Here are some posts covering topics on Belgian Nature.

International bat night

Ready for International Bat Night?

International Bat Night is taking place in Belgium on 27 & 28 August 2021 and is your opportunity to learn more about bats.

how to identify garden butterflies

How to identify garden butterflies

Wondering how to identify garden butterflies? Here’s a quick guide to 16 of the most common species you’re likely to see in a garden.

A feeding hedgehog

How to make a hedgehog feeding station

A great way to encourage the local hedgehogs to visit your garden is to make a hedgehog feeding station. Here are step-by-step instructions.

sounds of nature: waves crashing on a beach

Listen to the sounds of nature

Listening to the sounds of nature can help counteract stress and anxiety. They may be particularly helpful during the current coronavirus crisis.

How to make a bee hotel from wooden pallets

How can I make a bee hotel?

#2 in my series of coronavirus lockdown projects for children and adults. How to build a luxury 5-star bee hotel from wooden pallets.

Blue tit

How to start watching garden birds

The first of a new series of nature projects for adults and children to do at home during the coronavirus lockdown.