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Reddalsvann Nature Reserve

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Reddal, Grimstad, Norway
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Go by boat to Reddalsvann

You ca go by car/foot, but the best view is by boat. Start at Homborsund lighthouse, drive opp the... read more

Reviewed August 4, 2017
Lillesand, Norway
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Reddalsvann Nature Reserve is an important biotope for mute swans and various duck species. With its lush belt of reeds, the banks of the lake provide the ideal habitat for the reed bunting, garden warbler, reed warbler and other bird life. Reddalsvannet is linked to the sea via the Reddal Canal. A Code of Conduct applies to the area. Situated some 7 km to the north of Grimstad town centre.
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Aug 4, 2017
“Go by boat to Reddalsvann”
Reddal, Grimstad, Norway
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Reviewed August 4, 2017

You ca go by car/foot, but the best view is by boat. Start at Homborsund lighthouse, drive opp the channel, all the way to the inner lake.

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