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Broek De Nayer

Willebroek  >  Belgium

Nature reserve of 66 ha surrounded by water. This former industrial area grew into a true paradise for waterfowl.

Description

Broek De Naeyer is a nature reserve of 66 ha surrounded by water. The Rupel flows to the north and the old channel arm of the Antwerp-Brussels sea channel runs to the west. Many birds, such as Great Cormorant, Eurasian Spoonbill and Common Kingfisher find a breeding ground here or visit the area. You can admire them up close in two bird watching hides.

Details

Access

Best to explore on foot. Parking less than 1 km away. Click on the P on the map to go there directly. The area is freely accessible every day from sunrise to sunset. You can make a circular walk of 4 km (shown on the map) that passes the two bird hides.

Terrain and Habitat

Forest, Lake

Conditions

Flat, Swampy

Circular trail

Yes

Is a telescope useful?

Can be useful

Good birding season

All year round

Best time to visit

Autumn

Route

Unpaved road

Difficulty walking trail

Easy

Accessible by

Foot, Bicycle

Birdwatching hide / platform

Yes

Links

View birdingplaces in the area that are published on Birdingplaces.eu

Map

Top 5 birds

Other birds you can see here

Comments

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