Waders use the shoreline for foraging.
- Oystercatcher (tjeld): Oystercatchers are black and white wading birds that breed on rocky islets and forage in the kelp forests on low tide.
- Various shoreline wading birds (Ulike vadefugl) inhabit dry-fall areas, foraging at low tide, many are brown with long legs.
- Many waders are migratory and many coastal areas are especially important resting sites for wading birds during migration.
- Intertidal zone of and shoreline of Sheltered coastal waters and Mainland/inland shoreline areas and tidal flats