Photo of a Ruff, Morocco

North Sea birds in Morocco

The west coast of Morocco and the North Sea are both part of the East Atlantic flyway. Many birds migrate along this flyway between arctic breeding grounds and southern wintering quarters. Some birds that breed around the North Sea, like Spoonbill and Sandwich Tern, winter along the west coast of Africa.
This underlines the importance of international cooperation in nature and bird conservation.

Photo of a Kentish Plover, Morocco
Kentish plover, Oualidia salinas.
Photo of a Black-tailed Godwit , Morocco
Black-tailed Godwit, Oualidia salinas.
Photo of Sandwich Terns, Morocco
Sandwich terns, Souss-Massa National Park.
Photo of a Spoonbill, Morocco
Spoonbill, Oualidia
Photo of a Grey plover, Morocco
Grey plover, Oualidia.
Photo of Spoonbills, Morocco
Wintering Spoonbills, Larache
Photo of a Greenshank, Morocco
Common Greenshank, Oualidia salinas.
Photo of a Ruff, Morocco
Ruff, Oualidia salinas.
Photo of a Spoonbill, Morocco
Spoonbill, Oualidia

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