Maximaphily (Maxicards)
Philatelic of Birds | 小菜鳥的博客 (Chinese version 中文版) 新浪博客 / Blogspot
WWF | C6 Club

18 April 2015

Wadden Sea National Park
瓦登海國家公園

Texel Sheep (特塞爾羊)
Denmark (2015)
2nd January, 2015. Copenhagen


Harbour Seal (港海豹)
Denmark (2015)

2nd January, 2015. Copenhagen

Wadden Sea National Park (Nationalpark Vadehavet) was named a Danish national park on 17 January 2008, starting from 2010. Since June 2014 it contributes the Danish part of the UNESCO’s World Heritage of the Wadden Sea. Prince Joachim of Denmark is Patron of the Wadden Sea Centre.

The Wadden Sea is one of the world's seas whose coastline has been most modified by humans,[3] via systems of dikes and causeways on the mainland and low lying coastal islands. The Wadden Sea stretches from Den Helder in the Netherlands in the southwest, past the great river estuaries of Germany to its northern boundary at Skallingen north of Esbjerg in Denmark along a total length of some 500 km and a total area of about 10,000 km². Within the Netherlands it is bounded from the IJsselmeer by the Afsluitdijk.

Black-tailed Godwit (黑尾塍鷸)
Denmark (2015)

2nd January, 2015. Copenhagen

4 April 2015

Russia-North Korea joint issue
俄朝聯合發行

Eurasian Sparrowhawk (北雀鷹)
Russia (2014)

12th October, 2014. Moscow

Western Osprey (魚鷹)
Russia (2014)

12th October, 2014. Moscow

Osprey is a large bird of prey birds of prey of the family unit Skopina. Spread all over the world except Antarctica and some oceanic islands. Live in areas where there are large clean ponds rich in fish. It feeds mainly on fish, which tracks down, flying high above the water. The current strength of the Osprey decreases it is listed in the Red Book. Russia has signed an agreement with Korea, India, Japan on Migratory Skopje and measures for their protection.

Sparrowhawk is a small bird of prey birds of prey of the family Accipitridae squad. Distributed from Western Europe and North Africa to the Far East and the Himalayas. Found in most parts of Russia, except treeless deserts, steppes and tundra. Preys mainly on small birds. Due to the use of pesticides in the middle of the 20th century. number Sparrowhawk reached historic lows, but since then its population grew again.