This post features some bird fact on the Mallard which is by far the most common duck in the Western Palearctic. Find bird facts and images.
The (Greater) White-fronted Goose belongs to the so-called Grey Geese group and is one of the species breeding in the arctic regions of the northern hemisphere. Read more on bird facts, distribution and conservation status.
The Brent Goose (Branta bernicla) is the smallest one with the darkest plumage of all marine geese with circumpolar breeding grounds. Read more on distribution, status and breeding.
The Barnacle Goose (Branta leucopsis) is a frequent winter guest and migrant on the northwest European North Sea shores and in the Wadden Sea. Read more on the species, its distribution, behaviour and breeding.
The Black-legged Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) is a smaller seagull and native to the north Atlantic. It Lives on the Atlantic and only returns to shore for breeding. Read more on distribution, breeding, food and threats.
The huge White-tailed Eagle was close to extinction in the 1980s and has made a remarkable comeback since then. Today the species is no longer endangered and can frequently be watched in the baltics and northern Europe. Read more