Regte Heide Hut

Noord-Brabant  >  Netherlands

A little house in the fields that is nice for birdwatching. The house is closed off with windows. There's a variaty of birds that come here that you can spot.

Added by Alec Vervoort


A nice place to watch birds in Regte Heide nature reserve. It's a little house with wooden windows that you can open and close. It has a wide perspective and looks over an open field. It's surrounded on the other side by forests in which a lot of birds live as well. It tends to be peaceful and quiet as well.

Birds you can see here are:

Eurasian Kestrel, Common Buzzard, Eurasian Nuthatch, Carrion Crow, Greylag Goose, Middle Spotted Woodpecker, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Coal Tit, Black Woodpecker, Common Crossbill, Short-toed Treecreeper, Peregrine Falcon, Hen Harrier, Eurasian Hobby, Marsh Harrier, Eurasian Nightjar, European Honey-buzzard, Northern Goshawk, European Stonechat, Great Grey Shrike



By public transport you take bus 45 from Tilburg to Turnhout. Get off at the Goirle - Nieuwkerksedijk stop. The Regte Heide is located southwest of Goirle. From the bowl of Riel follow the signs "Regte Heide". The easiest way to reach the heath is through the entrance on the Rielse Dijk. Another option is via the Tweede Dijk, accessible from the Goirle industrial estate.

It's best to explore the area by bike or just by walking, since you can't go there with the car. You can park the car nearby and then walk to it. It's rather easy to find.

You can also park at the carpark that is marked on the map and walk from there (2 km)

Terrain and Habitat

Forest, Wetland, Plain, Scattered trees and bushes, Grassland, Moors/heathland


Flat, Sandy

Circular trail


Is a telescope useful?

Can be useful

Good birding season

All year round

Best time to visit

Summer, Spring


Unpaved road

Difficulty walking trail

Average walk

Accessible by

Foot, Bicycle

Birdwatching hide / platform


Extra info

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Top 5 birds

Other birds you can see here


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