Welcome to the twenty-fifth issue of Botany News!
Welcome to Botany News. I hope readers will enjoy the material and I would love to hear your feedback. Summer has arrived and cuckoo flowers, dandelions and sea thrifts are everywhere. The summer rains water the vegetation. Black cottonwood and downy birch display their green leaves and more and more people are thinking about their summer travel.
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We offer tours to explore the Iceland's vegetation, and the tours are both informative and a unique experience. Usually, the trips involve light hiking and plant observation in wild and semi-wild nature, e.g., on beaches, lava fields, heathland, and outdoor recreation areas.
The theme of the trips is spectacular vegetation, unique natural phenomena, and Icelandic culture. We explore moors and lava, grasslands, and flower fields, coastal and waterfront vegetation, lush woodlands and sand dunes. At the same time, there is plenty of time to experience the unique landscape, geology, and history and present-day of the places.
Thund also provides other biological advice, e. g. environmental assessment, biological research, and other professional services. We are building a team of biologists, guides and translators who want to work together to build the company. I would like to hear from interested parties who want to be part of our development or support the work in other ways.
BOTANY NEWS is published by Thund, Hafnarfirði.
June 11, 2021 - Botany News, Issue #025