Birding excursions on Terschelling Dunes, lakes, salt marshes, coniferous and deciduous forests, mud flats and salt marshes outside the dikes. Name it and Terschelling has it. This Wadden Island, thirty kilometers long and 4.5 kilometers wide, is the largest Wadden Island after Texel. Moreover, it is teeming with birds. Many wadden birds, but also extremely many songbirds during the migration and breeding period. The Boschplaat is by far the most remote point on Terschelling and probably one of the roughest pieces of nature in the Netherlands. The road there alone is very special. The Noordsvaarder is a sandbank that has slowly grown attached to Terschelling and here too you feel like a king. Look for the offer on the website: https://www.dagjeindenatuur.nl/terschelling/
The excursions can also be booked on request.
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