Not the scary Hitchcock movie,

but just birds that occur in the Netherlands.

When I started with nature photography back in 2011, I mainly focussed on insects and every now and then I took pictures of mushrooms, reptiles and an occasional bird.

However, in 2017 I decided to spend some more time on bird photography. Main reason was the lack of insects during the winter season.

In the fall of 2017 and the spring of 2018, I regularly visited the "Oostvaardersplassen", one of the bigger nature reserves in the Netherlands and the perfect location for bird spotting.

Ever since, photographing birds has been a permanent part of my photo safari's. So far I have managed to capture 117 different species during my trips through the Dutch nature.

Below an overview of various bird related pages.

(Via de text below the photo, you will be redirected to the relevant page.)

(Only the underlined texts are active links at the moment. Work in progress)

Anatidae, the family of

ducklings among the

swimming birds.

Gulls, Terns & Skimmers

Not yet available.

Work in progress

Finches, Sparows, Tits

and other litlle


A long cherished wish, 

a photo series of the

White-tailed Eagle.

(Scotland 2019)

Storks, Herons & Waders,

in other words, birds

with long legs.

At the end of March 2020,

a week of birdwatching

on the Isle of Terschelling.

New Bird Species 2021

Not yet available.

Work in progress.