Quiet area of a narrow floodplain forest. Walk down the river valley of the Thaya at the Austrian-Czech border. Slowly floating water invites the Common Kingfisher or the Black Stork to fish. Best chances in the morning hours. With some luck you may spot or hear a Savi's Warbler. Other birds you can see are Grey Wagtail and White-throated Dipper.
You can get there on foot from the Parking at Feste Kaja (an old castle ruin, to go there click on the P on the map). From the parking it's a 20-25 minutes walk along the little creek Kajabach until you reach the river Thaya.
Terrain and HabitatWetland, River, Valley, Reedbeds
Is a telescope useful?Can be useful
Good birding seasonSpring, Summer
Best time to visitSpring, Summer
Difficulty walking trailEasy
Birdwatching hide / platformNo
The Überstieg at a River meander neck is closeby (15 min.).