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This stretch of coast south of Agger separates the sea from the Limfjord and here is a shallow lake used by many birds, especially waders.
Aggervej is a stretch of coast south of Agger that separates the sea from the Limfjord and here is a shallow lake used by many birds, especially waders. From the road there is a beautiful view of this beautiful piece of nature where you can see breeding birds such as Little Ringed Plover, Dunlin, Eurasian Oystercatcher, Little Grebe, Great Crested Grebe and Common Tern. During migration the shallow lake attracts many birds such as Brent Goose, Whooper Swan and Bewick's Swan.
You can enjoy a beautiful view of the lake from the dike by bicycle or car. Stopping the car on the verge can sometimes be inconvenient, but there are a few spots to park your car besides the road.