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Ravnstrup Lake Nature Reserve

Ravnstrup Lake covers about ten hectares. The lake was purchased by the Bird Protection Foundation/the Danish Ornithological Association in 1983. It is a typical Eastern Danish lake: rich in nutritious matter and surrounded by dense canebrake and willow scrub.

Here you may hear most species of birds living in forests, scrubs, moors and lakes. In the light northern nights in May and June the reserve echoes with nightingales and other songbirds. In the lake the red-necked grebes, ducks and coots are breeding. From the bird tower you have a view of the bird life of the lake and the canebrake.

Bird tower and bird plaques etc. Also picnic tables are available.