Texel, second full day, Wagejot again

This is a video about a red-necked phalarope in the Wagejot on Texel island.

This morning, a male pheasant near the Wadden sea dike near Oost village.

Then, to Wagejot reserve again.

A group of turnstones, some in winter, some in summer plumage.

Bar-tailed godwits. Red knots.


Common and Arctic terns.

Ringed plovers.

Oystercatcher. Shelduck.

Grey plovers.

Brent geese.

Western marsh orchid flowers along the dike.

Finally, two dunlin in winter plumage.

Contour-feather moult of Bar-tailed Godwits (Limosa lapponica baueri) in New Zealand and the northern hemisphere reveals multiple strategies by sex and breeding region: here.

How ‘bird police’ are saving America’s red knots: here.

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