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Beekhuizensebeek

Arnhem, Gelderland  >  Netherlands

If you would like to see forestbirds this is definitely a good spot in this region. The old trees in this area make this the perfect spot for woodpeckers.

Added by Guus Jenniskens

Description

With al the old beeches in this part of the forest this is definitely the best place to find Middle Spotted Woodpecker andBlack Woodpecker. The Beekhuizensebeek is also home to Grey Wagtail and sometimes Common Kingfisher is around in the area. The pine forest on the edges will definitely be good for Crested Tit, Firecrest and Coal Tit. During the walk keep your eyes and ears open for Northern Goshawk, Bullfinch, Hawfinch, Marsh Tit and so on!

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Nederlands: Met veel oude beuken in dit deel van het bos is dit de beste plek om Middle Spotted Woodpecker en Black Woodpecker te vinden. De Beekhuizensebeek is ook de thuisbasis van de Grey Wagtail en soms is er een Common Kingfisher in de buurt. Het dennenbos aan de randen zal zeker goed zijn voor Crested Tit, Firecrest en Coal Tit. Houd tijdens de wandeling je ogen en oren open voor Northern Goshawk, Bullfinch, Hawfinch, Marsh Tit enzovoort!

Details

Access

At the start off this route there is a parking spot for your car or bicycle. Click on the P in the map to get directions. This trail (2 km) is best done by foot.

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Nederlands: Bij de startplek van deze route is een parkeerplaats voor auto of fiets. Klik op de P op de kaart om een ​​routebeschrijving te krijgen naar de startplek. Deze route van zo'n 2 kilometer kan het beste te voet worden afgelegd.

Terrain and Habitat

Forest

Conditions

Flat

Circular trail

Yes

Is a telescope useful?

No

Good birding season

All year round, Spring

Best time to visit

Spring

Route

Unpaved road

Difficulty walking trail

Easy

Accessible by

Foot

Birdwatching hide / platform

No

Extra info

You can walk this short trail, but also connect it with the larger 'Veluwezoom' trail.

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Top 5 birds

Other birds you can see here

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