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Bird watch - Dystrup og Ramten Sø

The 2 lakes date from the Ice Age and were former coherent. Now they are connected by a channel. Between the lakes, you find peat banks and moors. 

The Dystrup-Ramten Lakes and Huldremosen

Dystrup LakeIs about 26 hectares with a medium depth of 1 metre. It is a very important locality for a great number of birds. 
Ramten Lake About 29 hectares with a medium depth of 1,2 metres. Due to former pollution, a lake-restoration project has been carried out here. 
HuldremoseIs a small, partly overgrown moor, surrounded by willow and red alder. You find the lakes and the moor at the village Ramten on main road 16 between Grenaa and Randers.

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