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25th July, 2019

Waddentools - Swimway Waddenzee granted

The newly granted project Waddentools – Swimway Waddenzee directly derives from the trilateral Swimway Action Programme.

18th July, 2019

Trilateral SWIMWAY Action Programme published

The Wadden Sea Board endorsed a SWIMWAY Action Programme, through which activities will be taken such as the identification of population bottlenecks and the translation of this knowledge into effective management and conservation measures.

10th July, 2019

Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative publishes key findings of latest assessment report

The recently published brochure "Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative: Linking the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site with tropical wetlands and the Arctic tundra" gives an overview about results of the flyway monitoring within the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative.

20.11.2019

30th Wadden Sea Board meeting (WSB 30)

2nd July, 2019

Grey seal population in the Wadden Sea steadily growing

In 2018-2019, 6,538 individuals were counted in the Danish-Dutch-German Wadden Sea and Helgoland.

1st July, 2019

Wadden Sea Region celebrates 10 years World Heritage

To celebrate this anniversary the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation (TWSC) and its partners organised a transboundary bike rally from Denmark and the Netherlands to Wilhelmshaven.

30th June, 2019

Wadden Sea Community deepens partnership

The Wadden Sea community has taken another milestone to deepen its cooperation.

27th June, 2019

10 Jahre Welterbe: Das Wattenmeer lädt zum gemeinsamen Fest in Wilhelmshaven ein

Am 30. Juni 2019 findet an der Südstrandpromenade und im UNESCO-Wattenmeer Weltnaturerbe Besucherzentrum das Wattenmeer Welterbe-Erlebnisfest statt.

17th May, 2019

Pedal for the Wadden Sea: Transboundary bike tour in June celebrates 10th anniversary of World Heritage designation

“One Wadden Sea. Two wheels. Three countries.” is the slogan of a unique bike tour that will take place from 18 to 30 June 2019 in the Wadden Sea World Heritage Destination.

10th May, 2019

Wadden Sea still weak link in international Flyway

A new analysis of the large scale bird count in 33 countries along the East Atlantic Flyway indicates that a large number of bird species using the Wadden Sea are not doing well.