The French North Seacoast

A small part of France is situated on the North Sea. The coast between Calais and the Belgian border consists of sandy beaches with dunes. The North Sea narrows and the sea is full of ships. Also, there is the port of Dunkirk, the third port of France. Nevertheless, this coast is an important habitat for birds.

Photo of Ringed Plovers, France
Ringed Plovers, Les Hemmes de Marck, near Calais.
Photo of a Sandwich Tern, Réserve naturelle nationale du Platier d"Oye, France
Sandwich Tern, Réserve naturelle nationale du Platier d”Oye
Photo of Great Black-backed Gulls, Plage du Braek, Dunkirk, France
Great Black-backed Gulls, Plage du Braek, Dunkirk
Photo of the beach at Les Hemmes de Marck, near Calais., France
Beach at Les Hemmes de Marck, near Calais.
Photo of a Shelduck, France
Shelduck, Les Hemmes de Marck, near Calais.
Photo of a Avocet, Réserve naturelle nationale du Platier d'Oye, France
Avocet, Réserve naturelle nationale du Platier d’Oye
Photo of Ringed Plovers, France
Ringed Plovers, Les Hemmes de Marck, near Calais.
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