Waddenzee


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Wad·den·zee

 (wäd′n-zā′)
An inlet of the North Sea off northern Netherlands between the Ijsselmeer and the West Frisian Islands.

Waddenzee

(Dutch ˈwɑdənzeː)
n
(Placename) the part of the North Sea between the Dutch mainland and the West Frisian Islands
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For several years, she has been fascinated by the bed of the Waddenzee.
However, in recent years the Netherlands have been subjecting these seeding activities to a restrictive fisheries licensing regime, highlighting the need to protect the vulnerable habitats of such waters as the Oosterschelde and the Waddenzee againstthe accidental introduction of alien species.
Despite the 30-strong team's efforts, which has succeeded in bringing the local Waddenzee population to a steady level of 2,500, the proportion of sick seals has been rising sharply over the last few years.
Thigh-deep in rich brown mud, tourists in the Waddenzee note the salty tang to the air, the distant sea, and the shrieking gulls protecting a nearby nest.
You'll want to take some old shoes to Holland Lacking deserts to wander or mountains to scale, the Dutch created their own challenge: wad walking--hiking across the Waddenzee at low tide.
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Two of these, the Noordzee and Waddenzee, were delivered in February and April respectively.
Judgment C-127/02 Landelijke Vereniging tot Behoud van de Waddenzee and Nederlandse Vereniging tot Bescherming van Vogels, Environment and consumers.