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Nature Reserve that is located directly behind the Baltic Sea dike between Börgerende and Heiligendamm.
The Conventer See is a lake is located in a moor area of about 1200 hectares. As early as 1939, 216 hectares of this area were declared a nature reserve. The area is home to a variety of marsh and waterfowl. It is considered one of the most important waterfowl breeding and resting areas on the Baltic Sea coast. A large population of Mute Swan breeds here, but also Sedge Warbler and Great Bittern, Great Crested Grebe and Marsh Harrier. The otter also lives in the area.
With good binoculars and a telescope, you can see the numerous species of birds in the area from the Jemnitz lock. Click on the P in the map to get directions.