The Steenodder Kliff is an important resting and breeding site as part of the national park "Schleswig-Holsteinisches Wattenmeer". Depending on the season, good observation possibilities of Common Eider , Eurasian Oystercatcher , Common Redshank , Ruddy Turnstone , Common Shelduck , Brent Goose , Barnacle Goose and Eurasian Wigeon (only in winter). Geese and ducks also often graze in the adjacent wetland meadows.
By bus: from Wittdün to Nebel or (during summer season) to Steenodde.
By car: Parking places in Steenodde (harbour) and Nebel.
Terrain and HabitatWetland, Grassland, Beach, Agriculture, Sea
ConditionsFlat, Sandy, High water possible
Is a telescope useful?Yes
Good birding seasonSpring, All year round, Winter, Autumn
Best time to visitSpring, Autumn, Winter
Difficulty walking trailEasy
Accessible byFoot, Bicycle
Birdwatching hide / platformNo
Amrum Odde: Nature reserve with dunes and sandy beaches. Walking around the headland on the shore is permitted, whereas access to dunes and the northern tip is prohibited to protect breeding and resting birds. Guided tours through the reserve are offered by the association responsible for maintaining the reserve (www.jordsand.eu). Birds breeding in the dunes include Herring Gull , Lesser Black-backed Gull , Great Black-backed Gull , Stock Dove and Common Eider . At the stricktly protected northern tip Little Tern , Arctic Tern and Common Ringed Plover breed during spring, while Common Eider and common and gey seals may rest there in winter.