Men allerede kort efter sin ankomst så der ud til at være gevinst: Det fineste velkomstkys blev udvekslet, så mon ikke, der alligevel kan komme noget godt ud af "blind dates" og arrangerede ægteskaber.
Agger Tange is also a staging post for greylag goose (up to 10,000 birds), dark-bellied brent goose and light-bellied brent goose. Golden plover, dunlin, bar-tailed godwit, curlew and redshank, especially, can appear in large flocks.
Oystercatcher, avocet, ringed plover, knot, sanderling, little stint, curlew sandpiper, ruff, snipe and turnstone are also seen here, but in smaller numbers.
Other breeding birds include cormorant, avocet, dunlin, black-tailed godwit, arctic tern, little tern, sandwich tern, stonechat and red-backed shrike.
During the migration season, thousands of birds stop off on the bar: mainly ducks, geese and waders.
Men her var der både tvangsfjernelse og arrangeret ægteskab på dagsordenen.
Sagen var nemlig den, at den 14 år gamle røde panda, Papillion, måtte se sin syv måneder gamle datter, Nepal, blive sat i en kasse og fjernet fra Aalborg Zoo for i stedet at flytte til Torino i Italien.
Visiting and access On route 545 between Nykøbing Mors and Karby/Nees Sund, turn off towards Agerø in Vr. From here there is access to the bird-hide on the reserve with a view across the meadow.
There is a picnic table and benches outside the hide.
The number of light-bellied brent goose in the Agerø area was previously much higher, but the flocks now number less than 500 individuals, as the geese have begun to spread to other staging posts around Denmark.
At the end of May, the geese fly north to Svalbard, where they breed.
A small number migrate even further to north-east Greenland.