OERRR Wild Outdoor Day

Saturday 29 October 2022 Climbing, clambering, looking for tracks, making fire and spotting animals. Are you ready to become an OERRR forester? Then take up the challenge! Come to the Wild Outdoor Day with your parents. You go on an adventure in the Waalenburg polder and learn all the skills you need to become a real forest ranger. Collect all stamps in the forest ranger passport and afterwards receive the one and only forest ranger diploma from OERRR. Put on boots and old clothes, because OERRR forest rangers are not afraid to get dirty! Times: look for the current times in the agenda on the website of Natuurmonumenten.

Practical

  • De Waal

  • Nature and Field trips

  • children

  • www.nm.nl

Location

Waalenburg Texel. The activity starts at Nature Center De Marel. Nieuwlanderweg 38, 1793 EV De Waal.



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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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