Birdwatching with Starling murmuration

Many fantastic, almost artistic, spectacular phenomena can be experienced in spring and even more intensely in autumn, when the huge flocks of starlings, geese, swans, ducks, knots, etc. offer an incredible natural experience.

The ballet dance of the starlings before going to sleep can be found in the Tonderner march. The starlings find their preferred food here (chewing larvae and garden beetle larvae) and are therefore strongly represented here. Up to 500,000 starlings in a "heap". The starlings spend the night in the reeds.

The overnight area changes frequently to confuse the birds of prey and because the reeds break off after a few days of use. Therefore you can never know exactly where the starlings will spend the night. Of course, we carefully follow the activity of the starlings, but unfortunately there is no guarantee. We will watch birds near the border area and then try to attend the ballet performance.