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VOGELS VAN NEDERLAND



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As a child, my father would take me on his bicycle into the meadows in Holland, where he taught me to identify birds and plants. I caught frogs, butterflies and lizards as pets. As a teenager, I joined a youth club for nature study; every weekend, my fellow club  members and I we rode our bikes to study in nature reserves. Little wonder, when time came, I studied ecology and natural resources management.

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VOGELS VAN NEDERLAND / ALLE NEDERLANDSE VOGELSOORTEN maakt deel uit van het officiële webnet NATUUR van de hele wereld van het World Institute for Conservation and Environment, WICE dat zich wijdt aan de natuurbescherming. De 2000 paginas met information over de natuur zijn verwerkt in een naadloos geïntegreerd net van websites met dezelfde opbouw. 

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  3. de soortenlijsten van zoogdieren van alle landen van de wereld groter dan Nederland;

  4. technische rapporten en digitale programmas voor natuurbeschermingswerk

  5. de websites van vrijwel alle natuur organisaties van de hele wereld en nog veel meer links

  6. een natuur gespecializeerde zoek maschine in google;

  7. blogs;

  8. en nog veel meer.

Voor de vogelsoorten, ga naar: VOGELS VAN NEDERLAND 

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Welcome to Nature worldwide with the birds of this country or territory. Many of our tables are coded for abundance and presence. If letters in foreign languages show as "?", go to "view" in your browser, change your character encoding to "Western ISO 8859-1" or "Western European". For printing a paper copy to take with you to your destination: here is how you can print a table. To learn about how we acquired the information, see our Methodology page. Click here if you are curious about who we are. We have about 2000 pages, not only on birds but also on, mammals and national parks as well as nature related links by country. For the list of mammals or national parks of this country or for the links, press the related country link at the bottom of the page. National Parks in developing countries need YOUR help. Learn more about the most important rescue effort ever made to rescue nature and about our crusade to rescue nature in the tropics from annihilation!

  Abundance Codes

D

Distribution range deducted from map, not actual record.

P

Present, abundance not determined.

C

Within its range, varying from common to occasional

O

Rare; outside of its normal range but still may be expected from time to time. Normally between 10 - 100 records.

V

Vagrant, accidental, species far outside of its normal distribution range. <10 observations.

I

Introduced species.

Q

Not verified.

X

Extinct.

XL

Extinct in country

Status of Permanence Codes

R

Resident, present  year around.

N

Nests in the area but absent during part of the year.

M

Migrant, non-breeding. May spend a short period or the entire winter.

W

Wintering; stays in the area, while its primary nesting range is elsewhere.

E

National endemic.

*

National bird.

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Bedankt voor het bezoeken van Nature Worldwide over Nederland. In dit gelinkte net van landen paginas kunt u vinden vogles, natuur, zoogdieren en nationale parken. Vogels van Nederland geeft u vogellijsten van de vogels van Nederland. Het is de volledige lijst van vogels van alle vogels van Nederland in ornithologische taxonomische volgorde. In Natuur van Nederland kunt u gerelateerde websites vinden, zoals over vogelen, algemeen over ornithologie, natuur, natuurbescherming, nationale parken, natuurgebieden, natuur reservaten, enz. In Zoogdieren van Nederland kunt u de soortenlijst van de zoogdieren van Nederland in taxonomische volgorde vinden. Nationale parken, Natuur reservaten en natuurgebieden van Nederland geeft u de lijst van alle nationale parken en andere natuurgebieden van Nederland. 

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Species full name

Birds

NL

 

Coturnix coturnix

Common Quail

D

 

Perdix perdix

Grey Partridge

D

 

Phasianus colchicus

Common Pheasant

D

 

Tetrao tetrix

Black Grouse

D

 

Anas acuta

Northern Pintail

D

 

Anas clypeata

Northern Shoveler

D

 

Anas crecca

Common Teal

D

 

Anas penelope

Eurasian Wigeon

D

 

Anas platyrhynchos

Mallard

D

 

Anas querquedula

Garganey

D

 

Anas strepera

Gadwall

D

 

Anser albifrons

Greater White-fronted Goose

D

 

Anser anser

Greylag Goose

D

 

Anser brachyrhynchus

Pink-footed Goose

D

 

Anser fabalis

Bean Goose

D

 

Aythya affinis

Lesser Scaup

D

 

Aythya ferina

Common Pochard

D

 

Aythya fuligula

Tufted Duck

D

 

Aythya marila

Greater Scaup

D

 

Branta bernicla

Brent Goose

D

 

Branta canadensis

Canada Goose

D

 

Branta leucopsis

Barnacle Goose

D

 

Bucephala clangula

Common Goldeneye

D

 

Clangula hyemalis

Long-tailed Duck

D

 

Cygnus columbianus

Tundra Swan

D

 

Cygnus olor

Mute Swan

D

 

Melanitta fusca

White-winged Scoter

D

 

Melanitta nigra

Black Scoter

D

 

Mergellus albellus

Smew

D

 

Netta rufina

Red-crested Pochard

D

 

Somateria mollissima

Common Eider

D

 

Tadorna tadorna

Common Shelduck

D

 

Dendrocopos major

Great Spotted Woodpecker

D

 

Dendrocopos minor

Lesser Spotted Woodpecker

D

 

Dryocopus martius

Black Woodpecker

D

 

Jynx torquilla

Eurasian Wryneck

D

 

Picus viridis

Eurasian Green Woodpecker

D

 

Alcedo atthis

Common Kingfisher

D

 

Cuculus canorus

Common Cuckoo

D

 

Apus apus

Common Swift

D

 

Tyto alba

Barn Owl

D

 

Asio flammeus

Short-eared Owl

D

 

Asio otus

Long-eared Owl

D

 

Athene noctua

Little Owl

D

 

Strix aluco

Tawny Owl

D

 

Caprimulgus europaeus

Eurasian Nightjar

D

 

Columba oenas

Stock Pigeon

D

 

Columba palumbus

Common Wood-Pigeon

D

 

Streptopelia decaocto

Eurasian Collared-Dove

D

 

Streptopelia turtur

European Turtle-Dove

D

 

Crex crex

Corn Crake

D

 

Fulica atra

Common Coot

D

 

Gallinula chloropus

Common Moorhen

D

 

Porzana parva

Little Crake

D

 

Porzana porzana

Spotted Crake

D

 

Rallus aquaticus

Water Rail

D

 

Actitis hypoleucos

Common Sandpiper

D

 

Arenaria interpres

Ruddy Turnstone

D

 

Calidris alba

Sanderling

D

 

Calidris alpina

Dunlin

D

 

Calidris canutus

Red Knot

D

 

Calidris maritima

Purple Sandpiper

D

 

Gallinago gallinago

Common Snipe

D

 

Limosa lapponica

Bar-tailed Godwit

D

 

Limosa limosa

Black-tailed Godwit

D

 

Lymnocryptes minimus

Jack Snipe

D

 

Numenius arquata

Eurasian Curlew

D

 

Philomachus pugnax

Ruff

D

 

Scolopax rusticola

Eurasian Woodcock

D

 

Tringa ochropus

Green Sandpiper

D

 

Tringa totanus

Common Redshank

D

 

Charadrius alexandrinus

Kentish Plover

D

 

Charadrius dubius

Little Ringed Plover

D

 

Charadrius hiaticula

Common Ringed Plover

D

 

Eudromias morinellus

Eurasian Dotterel

D

 

Haematopus ostralegus

Eurasian Oystercatcher

D

 

Pluvialis apricaria

European Golden-Plover

D

 

Pluvialis squatarola

Grey Plover

D

 

Recurvirostra avosetta

Pied Avocet

D

 

Vanellus vanellus

Northern Lapwing

D

 

Alca torda

Razorbill

D

 

Chlidonias niger

Black Tern

D

 

Fratercula arctica

Atlantic Puffin

D

 

Larus canus

Common Gull

D

 

Larus fuscus

Lesser Black-backed Gull

D

 

Larus marinus

Great Black-backed Gull

D

 

Larus minutus

Little Gull

D

 

Larus ridibundus

Black-headed Gull

D

 

Rissa tridactyla

Black-legged Kittiwake

D

 

Sterna albifrons

Little Tern

D

 

Sterna hirundo

Common Tern

D

 

Sterna paradisaea

Arctic Tern

D

 

Sterna sandvicensis

Sandwich Tern

D

 

Uria aalge

Common Murre

D

 

Accipiter gentilis @488

Northern Goshawk

D

 

Accipiter nisus

Eurasian Sparrowhawk

D

 

Buteo buteo

Common Buzzard

D

 

Buteo lagopus

Rough-legged Hawk

D

 

Circus aeruginosus

Western Marsh-Harrier

D

 

Circus cyaneus

Northern Harrier

D

 

Circus pygargus

Montagu's Harrier

D

 

Haliaeetus albicilla

White-tailed Eagle

D

 

Milvus milvus

Red Kite

D

 

Pernis apivorus

European Honey-buzzard

D

 

Falco columbarius

Merlin

D

 

Falco peregrinus

Peregrine Falcon

D

 

Falco subbuteo

Eurasian Hobby

D

 

Falco tinnunculus

Common Kestrel

D

 

Podiceps auritus

Horned Grebe

D

 

Podiceps cristatus

Great Crested Grebe

D

 

Podiceps grisegena

Red-necked Grebe

D

 

Podiceps nigricollis

Black-necked Grebe

D

 

Tachybaptus ruficollis

Little Grebe

D

 

Morus bassanus

Northern Gannet

D

 

Phalacrocorax carbo

Great Cormorant

D

 

Ardea cinerea

Grey Heron

D

 

Ardea purpurea

Purple Heron

D

 

Botaurus stellaris

Great Bittern

D

 

Ixobrychus minutus

Little Bittern

D

 

Nycticorax nycticorax

Black-crowned Night-Heron

D

 

Platalea leucorodia

Eurasian Spoonbill

D

 

Ciconia ciconia

White Stork

D

 

Gavia arctica

Arctic Loon

D

 

Gavia stellata

Red-throated Loon

D

 

Fulmarus glacialis

Northern Fulmar

D

 

Lanius collurio

Red-backed Shrike

D

 

Lanius excubitor

Northern Shrike

D

 

Corvus corone

Carrion Crow

D

 

Corvus frugilegus

Rook

D

 

Corvus monedula

Eurasian Jackdaw

D

 

Garrulus glandarius

Eurasian Jay

D

 

Oriolus oriolus

Eurasian Golden-Oriole

D

 

Pica pica

Black-billed Magpie

D

 

Bombycilla garrulus

Bohemian Waxwing

D

 

Cinclus cinclus

White-throated Dipper

D

 

Erithacus rubecula

European Robin

D

 

Ficedula hypoleuca

European Pied Flycatcher

D

 

Luscinia megarhynchos

Common Nightingale

D

 

Luscinia svecica

Bluethroat

D

 

Muscicapa striata

Spotted Flycatcher

D

 

Oenanthe oenanthe

Northern Wheatear

D

 

Phoenicurus ochruros

Black Redstart

D

 

Phoenicurus phoenicurus

Common Redstart

D

 

Saxicola rubetra

Whinchat

D

 

Saxicola torquata

Common Stonechat

D

 

Turdus iliacus

Redwing

D

 

Turdus merula

Eurasian Blackbird

D

 

Turdus philomelos

Song Thrush

D

 

Turdus pilaris

Fieldfare

D

 

Turdus viscivorus

Mistle Thrush

D

 

Sturnus vulgaris

Common Starling

D

 

Sitta europaea

Wood Nuthatch

D

 

Certhia brachydactyla

Short-toed Tree-Creeper

D

 

Troglodytes troglodytes

Winter Wren

D

 

Cyanistes caeruleus

European Blue Tit

D

 

Lophophanes cristatus

Crested Tit

D

 

Parus major

Great Tit

D

 

Periparus ater

Coal Tit

D

 

Poecile montanus

Willow Tit

D

 

Poecile palustris

Marsh Tit

D

 

Remiz pendulinus

Eurasian Penduline-Tit

D

 

Aegithalos caudatus

Long-tailed Tit

D

 

Delichon urbica

Northern House-Martin

D

 

Hirundo rustica

Barn Swallow

D

 

Riparia riparia

Sand Martin

D

 

Regulus ignicapillus

Firecrest

D

 

Regulus regulus

Goldcrest

D

 

Acrocephalus arundinaceus

Great Reed-Warbler

D

 

Acrocephalus palustris

Marsh Warbler

D

 

Acrocephalus schoenobaenus

Sedge Warbler

D

 

Acrocephalus scirpaceus

Eurasian Reed-Warbler

D

 

Hippolais icterina

Icterine Warbler

D

 

Locustella luscinioides

Savi's Warbler

D

 

Locustella naevia

Common Grasshopper-Warbler

D

 

Panurus biarmicus

Bearded Parrotbill

D

 

Phylloscopus collybita

Eurasian Chiffchaff

D

 

Phylloscopus sibilatrix

Wood Warbler

D

 

Phylloscopus trochilus

Willow Warbler

D

 

Sylvia atricapilla

Blackcap

D

 

Sylvia borin

Garden Warbler

D

 

Sylvia communis

Greater Whitethroat

D

 

Sylvia curruca

Lesser Whitethroat

D

 

Alauda arvensis

Sky Lark

D

 

Eremophila alpestris

Horned Lark

D

 

Galerida cristata

Crested Lark

D

 

Lullula arborea

Wood Lark

D

 

Anthus campestris

Tawny Pipit

D

 

Anthus petrosus

Rock Pipit

D

 

Anthus pratensis

Meadow Pipit

D

 

Anthus spinoletta

Water Pipit

D

 

Anthus trivialis

Tree Pipit

D

 

Motacilla alba

White Wagtail

D

 

Motacilla cinerea

Grey Wagtail

D

 

Motacilla flava

Yellow Wagtail

D

 

Passer domesticus

House Sparrow

D

 

Passer montanus

Eurasian Tree Sparrow

D

 

Prunella modularis

Hedge Accentor

D

 

Coccothraustes coccothraustes

Hawfinch

D

 

Fringilla coelebs

Chaffinch

D

 

Fringilla montifringilla

Brambling

D

 

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