Haff Réimech wetland is a 300 ha old gravel pit area of which 100ha are classified as nature reserve. It is a Natura2000 zone and one of Luxembourgs two Ramsar-zones.
Haff Réimech is Luxembourgs premium birding area: out of the 330 species observed in Luxembourg, 260 have been seen here. It holds interesting breeding birds such as Little Bittern, Great Reed Warbler and Black-necked Grebe as well as a lot of migratory birds. Winter visitors include Great Bittern, Common Goldeneye and Smew. For up to date bird information visit www.ornitho.lu.
Visitors can start their tour at Biodiversum nature centre (www.biodiversum.lu)
The best option is to start at Biodiversum nature centre:
Centre nature et forêts Biodiversum Camille Gira www.biodiversum.lu 5, Bréicherwee L-5441 Remerschen
Terrain and HabitatWetland, Lake, Reedbeds
ConditionsFlat, High water possible
Is a telescope useful?Can be useful
Good birding seasonAll year round
Best time to visitSpring, Winter
RoutePaved road, Wide path, Unpaved road, Narrow trail
Difficulty walking trailEasy
Accessible byFoot, Wheelchair
Birdwatching hide / platformYes
During wetter season, paths may be slippery. Some parts difficult to reach by wheelchair. Guided tours organized by Biodiversum nature center.
more information birding(at)naturemwelt.lu
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