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Lakes and Valley’s flora specific week

We all know that the flowers here in the Pyrenees are spectacular, particularly during June. With this in mind along with knowing that many of our guests love combining hiking with the study of the all the beautiful flowers here, we decided a flower specific Lakes and valleys week would be ideal.

    We were joined by 4 hiking flower enthusiasts and information was shared back and forth all week. Much time was spent on our knees studying and photographing the various flowers. Special ‘finds’ this week include the Woodcock Orchid, Birds Nest Orchid and Lady’s slipper Orchid. Thank you for a great week everyone, we hope to have another week like this next year.

    Listed below each photo is the common and scientific name of many of the flowers studied this week…

       

       

      by | Jun 25, 2017 | Fauna & Flora, The Pyrenees | 0 comments

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