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19th January, 2022

Simultaneous waterbird counts along the East Atlantic Flyway presently conducted

During the January weekends, you will dedicated ornithologists along the coastline of the East Atlantic Flyway, counting the waterbirds present in their specific area.

21st January, 2022

Call for papers: Contribute beyond the ISWSS symposium in the journal “Marine Biodiversity”

Contribute to the topical collection „Biodiversity and Ecology of the Wadden Sea under changing environments“ in the journal “Marine Biodiversity”.

01.09.2022

Trilateral Youth Conference

“ONE Wadden Sea. Our Heritage. Our Future” is the topic of the first Trilateral Youth Conference that will take place in St. Peter-Ording, from 1 to 4 September 2022.

2nd December, 2021

Scientists see Wadden Sea at serious risk due to climate change

International Scientific Symposium on Wadden Sea World Heritage formulates recommendations on protection of ecosystem and biodiversity

26th November, 2021

Expert Group Salt Marshes and Dunes sights Marconi salt marshes

During their last meeting in October 2021, the members of the Expert Group Salt Marshes and Dunes visited the Marconi salt marshes, a salt marsh development project by Bioshape in the Netherlands.

1st November, 2021

Harbour seal population size in the Wadden Sea plateaus close to the level it was in 1900

Thirty years after the implementation of the Wadden Sea Seal Agreement, the population of harbour seals in the Wadden Sea, has increased five-fold and is assumed to have reached the same level as estimated in 1900.

18th November, 2021

15 ISWSS moved to online location due to recent COVID-19 development

The 15th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium, planned for Büsum, Schleswig-Holstein (D) on 30 Nov - 3 Dec 2021, will now be held online.

9th November, 2021

15 ISWSS at full capacity | Call for papers for MARB

The 15th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium, which this year will be held in Büsum, Schleswig-Holstein (D) on 30 Nov - 3 Dec 2021, is now at full capacity in line with the local restrictions for events, with 180 participants. It is therefore no longer possible to book at place at the event.

1st October, 2021

A truly international youth event for wetland and waterbird conservation.

During two weekends in September, the first ever East Atlantic Flyway Youth Forum took place. 79 enthusiastic young conservationists from 34 countries had signed up for the event to discuss the role and importance of youth engagement in flyway conservation.