Dalköpinge ängar Nature reserveAddress: Dalköpinge ängar Trelleborg Show map
Address: Dalköpinge ängar Trelleborg
Nature reserve east of Trelleborg
Dalköpinge ängar is a nature reserve, three hectares in size, created in 1975. The nature reserve consists of wetlands, supplied with water by the Gislövån stream that flows into the sea in the eastern parts of the reserve. In the nature reserve there are also remnants of a medieval chapel, which have a protected status.
The Dalköpinge ängar nature reserve has a long history of being used for grazing by cattle and horses for hundreds of years. This is evident by the plants found in the reserve and the care plan for the area is adjusted to suit the needs of the nature.
The proximity to the sea causes marsh plants to be mixed with marine plant species. Other types of vegetation in the area are heath and dry. On the drier parts grow plantago media, pasqueflower, almond flower, tuber butter flower and thistle.
A rich birdlife with estimated 160 different species, such as lapwing, redshank and common snipe can be seen here.
In addition to regulations and prohibitions in other laws and regulations, it is prohibited to:
1. drive motor vehicles other than on designated roads
2. tent or set up caravan
3. picking, digging up or otherwise damaging plants
4. intentionally disturbing wildlife
5. have an unleashed dog
6. ride in the area beyond what is stated in the maintenance plan
7. set up a fire
8. apply board, placard/poster, sign, inscription or similar device
9. use a radio device, gramophone, tape recorder, musical instrument or the like in a disruptive
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Street address 1Dalköpinge ängar