Järvelä wetland is located north of Lake Littoistenjärvi in northern Kaarina. Within a few years, the wetland has become one of the top bird sanctuaries in the province of Southwestern Finland. The area is populated by more than twenty wetland species. Slavonian Grebe (Horned Grebe), Whooper Swan, Eurasian Moorhen and Garganey nest here.
Järvelä wetland is a flooded field area with an exceptionally rich variety of species. For bird watchers, there is a bridge with unrestricted access. Järvelä wetland is situated on the border of Kaarina and Lieto, and across the border in Lieto, there is a bird watching tower as well.
Easy to reach if you are in Turku. 15 min drive. If you arrive by car, there is a parking lot at the crossroads of Järveläntie and Vanha Littoistentie roads, from where you can take a short walk to the bird observation bridge. For the disabled, there is a wheelchair ramp to the bridge. By bike or on foot you can reach the platform easily. Nearest parking lot is 400 m from the flat, very close to the wetland.