This place is interesting for local birders and travellers that have an hour of spare time at the airport. In winter, especially when the sun is back from the end of january, take your telescope and scan the water/Sound. There are always King Eider, Common Eider, Velvet Scoter, Common Scoter, Long-tailed Duck, Purple Sandpiper and sometimes White-billed Diver around somewhere, but you need a telescope and calm weather.
In Summer, look for breeding shorebirds likeTemminck's Stint Ruddy Turnstone or open grassland birds like Sedge Warbler. The water is always worth checking for Alcidae, especially in migration times.
A 5 minutes walk from the Airport, best explored by walking along the shoreline.
Terrain and HabitatBeach, Mud flats, Scattered trees and bushes, Grassland, Sea
ConditionsFlat, Open landscape
Is a telescope useful?Can be useful
Good birding seasonAll year round
Difficulty walking trailEasy
Accessible byFoot, Bicycle, Car
Birdwatching hide / platformNo
Be careful when crossing the street, as there is no footpath!