You can find the nightjar in several places in the Wadden Sea National Park. The nature interpreter has found the locality for today beforehand, and together you drive in your own cars to the plantation in the dusk. The Nightjar get up when other birds go to sleep, and flies in regular routes through the plantation to catch insects. Late in the night we will hear the moped-like sounds, the nightjar creates by flapping the wings together in flight. The Nightjar is, as the name says, a bird of the night, and there is much superstition connected with it. During the trip the nature interpreter will tell you both the old tall stories and the real life of the Nightjar.