Réserve Naturelle de Sclaigneau

Namur  >  Belgium

The 80 hectare Sclaigneaux Nature Reserve has a lot of different habitats and many forest birds can be seen here.

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Most recent update 24 October 2020


The Sclaigneaux Nature Reserve is located on the left bank of the Meuse River between Namur and Huy. The 80 hectare Réserve naturelle de Sclaigneau has a lot of different habitats: heath, pine forest, forest with imposing oaks and beech trees and a sandpit. Many birds can be seen here: Black Woodpecker, Marsh Tit, Wood Lark, Tree Pipit, Tawny Owl and Woodcock.



In the village of Seilles, take the road leading to the village of Landenne located behind the church and passing along the cemetery. About a hundred yards from the latter, you will turn left. Then follow the sign that will take you directly to the main entrance to the reserve. Leave your car in the parking lot and take the main road. This will quickly lead you to the entrance of the marked trail. Click on the P in the map to get directions to the parking. On the map you see a route of 5 km through the reserve.

Terrain and Habitat



Hilly , Rocky

Circular trail


Is a telescope useful?


Good birding season

Spring , Autumn , Summer

Best time to visit



Wide path , Narrow trail

Difficulty walking trail

Average walk

Accessible by


Birdwatching hide / platform



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