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Welcome to BirdingTexel.com

I started this site in April 2013. So that I can share photos and recent records on Texel with others. In addition to birdwatching and photographing on this beautiful Wadden island I have visited many foreign destinations. From these trips I have put a wide selection of photographs on this site, too. Hopefully they encourage you to arrange a trip to Texel. Undoubtedly the best place in the Netherlands for birdwatching. Don't hesitate to contact me or simply book a BIRDING TOUR.

I hope to see you soon on Texel and .........keep on birding! 

Jos van den Berg

The latest blogs...

Blako 10102018
October 10, 2018

Coming soon ...... Dutch Birding weekend 2018

Autumn migration is in full swing. Finches, Bramblings, Meadow Pipits and thrushes migrate en masse. The loud penetrating call of the Yellow-browed Leafwarbler can be heard in many places. In… Read more
Scharrelaar25092018
September 26, 2018

Bright blue

That is the color of the Roller, a breeding bird from southern and eastern Europe. On September 24, this beautiful species was found in De Nederlanden, a nature reserve north of De Koog. The next… Read more
Draaihals20082018
August 21, 2018

In the second half of August

the autumn migration starts slowly. Last days there was a slight increase of, among others, Willow Warblers, Garden Warblers, Lesser Whitethroats and Blue-headed Wagtails. A welcome highlight was a… Read more
Putter12062018
July 23, 2018

Silly season?

In the last four weeks no rare bird species were seen on Texel. Some Black Storks, Red-necked Phalaropes and a Rosy Starling were the highlights. This is actually the case every year for a few weeks… Read more
KoekoekP31052018
June 19, 2018

There is plenty

to see and hear in the middle of the breeding season. A species that you now regularly hear in the dunes is the Cuckoo. With a bit of luck, they also show themselves well ..... Koekoek / Common… Read more