To Agadir in Morocco


This video is about Agadir in Morocco.

14 December 2010.

The Naardermeer lake is frozen and snowy. Geese around it. Grey lag geese? White-fronted geese? The train is too fast to see.

Near Weesp, some open water with tufted ducks and coots.

This afternoon, our plane to Morocco took off.

At 16:45, Moroccan time, the plane is flying over Mons in Belgium.

At 17:07 over Paris. 18:18: Toledo in Spain.

Then, 19:25, landing in Casablanca in Morocco. There, a transfer to Agadir.

At 22:00, we landed at Agadir airport in southern Morocco, near the Atlantic coast.

Stay tuned about more posts at this blog about (southern) Morocco and its nature.

British wildlife benefits from return to ‘traditional’ seasonal weather: here.

Birds of Texel in winter: here.

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