The middle of the three outer sands in the Wadden Sea National Park and just as special. Since the 1990s, a new island is emerging in the northwest of the sand. At first, only dunes that overtopped most floods, now beach grass and other crops of the Wadden Sea. However, one can see here very clearly that storm surges have left their mark on the dunes. Therefore, one can continue to watch with interest how this dune island and the Norderoogsand as a whole will change with the rising sea level.
In the background you can still see the Süderoogsand, with its rescue beacon in the center. A little further behind it on the left, the Hitzsand and the dune belt of St. Peter-Ording can still be seen very faintly.