A rich bird life – find the best spots for birdwatching
If you are lucky, you can spot up to 65 of Denmark’s 200 nesting bird species while visiting Endelave. The best place to watch the birds is in the north-western bay between the harbour and Øvre – a spot which is known as “Flasken”. The tide plays an important part in this area, as it is almost completely dry at low tide. The area is a wildlife reserve and hunting is prohibited.
You have a good view from the birdwatching tower. Remember your binoculars and spot your favourite bird.
Here are a few tips to how you may be lucky to spot some of the different birds.
Home to many waders and waterfowl. The populations of especially plover, sandpiper, curlew, godwit and Brent geese can be especially dense here.
Here you will find general waters and waterfowl. There is also a chance that you may spot gadwalls, little ringed plovers and reeves near the coast and on the tidal meadows.
Here you may spot sand martins and the very rare breeding bird black guillemot.