National Mill Day on Texel

Saturday 14 May 2022 Both large windmills on Texel are participating in the National Mill Day: both Het Noorden and De Traanroeier windmills are accessible (free of charge) from 10 am to 4 pm. Pancakes are baked in De Traanroeier from 11 am to 3 pm.

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Location

Molen Het Noorden: Stuifweg 4, 1794 HB Oosterend. Molen De Traanroeier: 1792 BG Oudeschild.



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Natuurmonumenten

Natuurmonumenten

Four years after Jac. P. Thijsse had founded Natuurmonumenten, the first purchase took place on Texel: 7ha of land was purchased in the Waalenburg polder (in the year 1909). It happened at a time when the birdlife of the polder was threatened, because people wanted to lower the water level. At the time, Thijsse wrote about Waalenburg: 'it was teeming with lapwings, clods, black-tailed godwits, redshanks, ruffs, common terns, black-headed gulls, black terns and a slate heron spawned in 1907'. In the course of the 20th century, the polder developed into an important nature reserve where many birds, such as black-tailed godwits, breed and the harlequin and broad orchid occur in large numbers.

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