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Restored lake of about 50 hectares where you have a good chance of seeing Common Kingfisher.
Mjels Lake has been both drained and cultivated since the 1800s, but in 2006 it was restored as a lake. Birds quickly returned to the lake. There is a good path along the lake and and a couple of small platforms where you can get to the other side of the reeds. Among the birds you can encounter are Common Kingfisher, Common Goldeneye, Bearded Tit, Reed Warbler, Little Grebe, Great Egret and White-tailed Eagle.
There are parking lots at both ends of the lake. Click on a P in the map to get directions.