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Mixed forest with many oak trees incl. a small gorge with a stream and tiny dam pond. Nearby Lake Hald and Stanghede Heath. Many forest birds. And White-throated Dipper.
Forest birds as warblers, thrushes, tits, flycatchers, treecreepers and woodpeckers are more numerous here, and streambirds include kingfisher. Bird species: Common Kingfisher, Black Woodpecker, Short-toed Treecreeper and Long-tailed Tit (yearround); White-throated Dipper(winter and early spring); and Grey Wagtail and Wood Warbler (spring and summer). More than 120 bird species registered in https://dofbasen.dk/
For a longer stroll take a walk north along the lake for more birding and culture heritage, or continue up beyond the gorge to check the heath area (Stanghede) for Red-backed Shrike and Whinchat.
Bring a telescope only if you want to look far out on the lake.
A playground is nearby and up the road is a nature school.
Park by the restaurant Niels Bugge Kro, or by the Nature School to the north. Walk the area (the walking trail on the map is about 4 km). Some paths can be slippery in wet conditions.