The landscapes in Thy varies between flat, sandy dry and moist areas
and small hills of limestone. The limestone hills are often partly or
covered with sand blown up from the North Sea.
Out to the North Sea the limestone hills become exposed and are eroded by the sea to create cliffs. This can be seen at Bulbjerg (picture to the left).
On the steep slopes of Bulbjerg a lot of birds are nesting. This includes Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) and recently a few Fulmar Petrel (Fulmarus glacialis) has started to breed.
Bulbjerg is also famous because of the plant-life.
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