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Beach with shallow water and sandy surfaces with lots of food for the birds. Also small mussel-reefs, often flooded, but with many waders when dry.
The southernmost tip of the Hasnæs Peninsula is Gåsehage. A westcoast in eastern Jutland. In winter many different ducks, small waders, geese and Snow Bunting. In summer four different tern species. In spring and autumn lots of migrating waders. In the scrubs and gardens of the holiday cottages behind the beach you can observe a lot of small songbirds.
Parking possible on Gåsehagevej. Click on the P in the map to get directions.