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Welcome to BirdingTexel.com

I started this site in April 2013. In this way I want to 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. Also from these trips I have made a wide selection of photographs. Hopefully encourages a visit to this site 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...

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
RozeSpreeuw03062018
June 06, 2018

Rosy Starlings

From 31 May until now, 3 adult Rosy Starlings have been seen on Texel. The species is busy with an imposing invasion in Europe. Hundreds of birds have already been seen in some Western European… Read more
wespendief21052018
May 29, 2018

Many days easterly winds and warm weather

are excellent conditions for strong bird migration. In addition to large numbers of swallows, swifts, pipits and wagtails, dozens of migrating Honey Buzzards and Ospreys were also observed. The list… Read more
GekrRoodstaart12042018
May 03, 2018

The month

of May has now started. Most breeding birds are already back again. The sounds of Cuckoo, Sedgewarbler and Grasshopper Warbler can be heard in many places in the dunes. As almost always, more rare… Read more
OostelijkeBlondeTap13042018 2
April 15, 2018

An impressive total

of more than 150 observed species on April 14 indicates that spring has really broken out. Still present winter guests, migrants and arrived summer guests provide a wide range of species and as often… Read more