On 12-13 May 2022, the Omgevingsberaad Waddenzee (OBW) made a study visit to Lower Saxony in preparation for the Trilateral Governmental Conference.
It was the first in-person meeting where all partners attended since the start of the pandemic for the partners of the Interreg project PROWAD Link.
A new systematic analysis now gives a comprehensive overview of third-party funding opportunities specifically for projects in connection with the UNESCO Wadden Sea World Heritage.
With the slogan “Dim the Light for Birds at Night”, everyone is called upon to reduce unnecessary light at night to avoid its negative impact on migratory birds.
The deadline for paper submissions to the ISWSS edition of "Marine Biodiversity" is moved to 30 November 2022.
The 36th meeting of the Wadden Sea Board (WSB) took place in Varde, Denmark, on 28-29 April.
On July 9 and 10, young people (aged 18 – 30) from the East Atlantic Flyway will be able to learn from Maaike Manten in a compressed online course on grant writing in conservation.
Find out who was here! With the new identification guide, traces of birds and mammals on the mudflats can be identified by means of transparent foils
In January 2020, over 13,000 people counted migratory waterbirds at more than 1,000 sites in 36 countries along the East Atlantic Flyway.
On 14 April, Mayor Caroline van de Pol of Terschelling presented a World Heritage badge to three voluntary rangers.
After months of spreading the news about the North Sea Sustainable Innovation Challenge, three innovation bootcamps and a careful selection of the submissions, PROWAD Link has now announced the winners.
A new scientific literature review looks at the known effect of artificial light at night on organisms and ecosystems in the Wadden Sea or similar habitats.