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Some nature (focused on wildlife) websites in Dutch

Don’t know if anyone else likes these topics, but I’ve gathered a few websites about frogs, toads, bees, bugs, insects, spiders and butterflies that are written in Dutch. Some of them are quite old looking visually, but I figured it's good reading practice for my interests. This is just a short list, I might add some more of them later. Feel free to suggest any as well.

General (includes multiple types of creatures):

http://www.diginature.nl/blog/

https://www.nev.nl/

http://www.veluwe.gardensafari.net/indexdutch.htm

http://bijlmakers.com/insecten/entomologie-voor-beginners/

Frogs and toads:

http://www.kikkersite.nl/index.php

Bees:

http://www.wildebijen.nl/

Butterflies:

https://www.vlinderstichting.nl/vlinders/alles-over-vlinders

http://vlinderwerkgroepdrenthe.nl/

Spiders:

https://ednieuw.home.xs4all.nl/Spiders/InfoNed/De_spin.html

http://users.skynet.be/spinnen/index2.htm

11 months ago

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These links are very cool; thanks for sharing!

11 months ago

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No problem. :) I always try to learn the basics in my target languages, but I make sure to learn about topics that I like as well to keep me interested in the language, and also allow me to have conversations about my interests. Plus you get reading practice in the target language while learning about something you care about lol.

11 months ago