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<br><br>Norderog (German Norderoog, s.-Frisian Noorderuug, Dan. Nørreog) is one of the in the Wadden Sea on the of North Friesland, Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany. Apart from temporary stays for bird watchers, the island is uninhabited. it belongs to the Hoge commune.<br>Story<br>Norderog is first mentioned in chronicles in 1597 as „Norder Ough». Since 1630, a permanent dwelling appeared on the halliga, in which the beach ranger lived, and which was destroyed in 1634 by the Burkhardi flood. Later, the family settled there, but their house was washed away by the sea during the February floods of 1825. Since then, Norderog has become uninhabited. Today Norderog is the only Hallig who no longer has terra. The old terp was washed away. Hallig has been owned by the association since 1909 Jordsand, whose goal is to create bird sanctuaries on the German North Sea coast.<br>Fauna and flora<br>The Norderog serves as a nesting and resting place for many rare seabirds. The colony of variegated terns (Thalasseus sandvicensis) is of the greatest importance. In spring and early summer, there are up to 4,000 breeding pairs per year. In addition, river and Arctic terns nest on the island. For a long time, it had the highest nesting density of the oystercatcher in the entire German Gulf, but its numbers declined after 2000. However, the significance of Norderog for the avian world is not only nesting, but also a resting place for birds. Occasionally more than 50,000 seabirds live in Halliga and the neighboring Norderogzand Shallows.<br>