Hidden away but visible from passing trains, the Erps-Kwerps Vijvers reveal a wealth of nature to the patient observer.
Listening to the sounds of nature can help counteract stress and anxiety. They may be particularly helpful during the current coronavirus crisis.
The first of a new series of nature projects for adults and children to do at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
Feeding birds in your garden or on your balcony in the winter is important – and fun.
Even on a short walk through farmland, a surprise could be waiting around the corner.
A lovely place to visit at this time of the year. And if you sit still, you’ll be surprised at what you can see and hear.
Visit the abbey before enjoying a beautiful expanse of heathland and woodland
If you don’t mind a few muddy paths, this is an interesting wood to walk through
April 2015 update: Another successful hatch: follow the webcam for some great sights of the nest. May 2014 update: The peregrines are breeding once again in the cathedral, and you can see a live webcam here. April 2013 update: The peregrine falcons are back in the tower of […]
Today’s post is a little different to normal. It’s not about Discovering Belgium but about Discovering Belgium’s Birds! During the weekend of February 2 and 3, 2013, birdwatchers across Belgium will be taking part in the annual census of garden birds. It’s organised by the Flemish nature conservation […]
My previous post introduced you to an area (Mollendaal Forest) that is ideal for young children. However, I do not recommend Mechels Broek for young children, nor is the terrain suitable for buggies, push-chairs or wheelchairs. It’s an area of wetland at all times of the year, and […]
April 2014 update: Four eggs laid, three hatched and the youngsters doing well! Click here for a live link to the video stream! ======= April 2013 update: The peregrines are back in the cathedral tower, and the female has already laid her eggs and is brooding them. You […]