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Vogelzangbeek

Anderlecht  >  Belgium

This small nature reserve of 13 hectares in Brussels is a nice place for birding.

Description

The Vogelzangbeek nature reserve is one of the last parts of the marsh zone in Brussels. Quite a few different types of birds live there. From Sparrowhawk to Eurasian Moorhen. The Vogelzangbeek, which flows through the area, also offers opportunities for birds. There are also ponds, orchards, pollard willows, hedges, meadows and reed beds in the area. The large meadow is the preferred hunting ground for Eurasian Kestrel. The Grey Heron and the Great Spotted Woodpecker also can be seen and in the reeds the Marsh Warbler can be spotted. Other birds you can see here are Common Buzzard, European Goldfinch, Blackcap and Eurasian Green Woodpecker.

Details

Access

You can walk along the stream of the Vogelzangbeek and walk around the meadows. The route you see on the map below is about ??? km

Terrain and Habitat

Forest, Wetland, Lake, Reedbeds, River

Conditions

Flat

Circular trail

Yes

Is a telescope useful?

No

Good birding season

Spring, Autumn, Summer

Best time to visit

Spring

Route

Wide path

Difficulty walking trail

Easy

Accessible by

Foot

Birdwatching hide / platform

No

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Map

Top 5 birds

Other birds you can see here

Comments

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