Salt Marsh Langlütjen I

Lower Saxony  >  Germany

Reed-dominated salt marsh that is part of the National Park Wadden Sea.

Added* by Thiemo Karwinkel
Most recent update 18 February 2022
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The salt marsh in front of the artifical island of Langlütjen has a very unique vegetation, dominated by reed, which is not typical for a North Sea coastal salt marsh. This is due to the mixture of fresh water from Weser river and salt water from the sea, resulting in half of the typical seawater salt concentration. As it allows reed to grow, you can find typical reed-inhabitants like Marsh Harrier, Bluethroat and Reed Warbler. Additionally, in winter large flocks of Bearded Tit accumulate in the reedbeds.



There is a parking place southeast of the birdingplace on top of the dike. Please note that it is not suited to park on the narrow street below the dike or at any of the small ways going up the dike. Access on the trail within the salt marsh is only possible for pedestrians.

Terrain and Habitat

Wetland , Reedbeds , Sea , Grassland


High water possible , Flat

Circular trail


Is a telescope useful?

Can be useful

Good birding season

All year round

Best time to visit

Winter , Spring migration , Autumn migration


Unpaved road

Difficulty walking trail


Accessible by


Birdwatching hide / platform


Extra info

Please note that it is prohibited to enter the island of Langlütjen I itself.

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