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The Beddinge moors is a nature reserve in Beddingestrand. The area has protected flowers, unusual species of butterflies and habitat for birds.
An open beach moor is a great asset for anyone who loves free and open coastal areas. The Beddinge moors cover 9 hectares and is owned by the municipality of Trelleborg. The moors were previously golf links.
The most common vegetation type is sandy grassmoorland. Parties with open brushwood with the herbaceous plants of heather are indented on parts of the area. Yellow-tailed moth, small bluebell, pentad eagle and the protected species of heath flowers and field sip grow here.
Parts of the reserve consists of pine forests and a number of pinerys enjoyed by the birds. The pine forest plays a significant role for many migratory small birds. It is the home of the woodpecker. On the open beach moore the meadow pipit anf skylark hedges, as well as the account consuming yellow wagtail. Bird life is rich on the open beach moore and along the shoreline.
The moors are home to several species of insects and birds as well as different types of grass and trees.
The nature reserve status means that following acts are prohibited:
1. picking or digging up plants
2. setting up a fire
3. tent or set up caravan / RV or equivalent
4. ride or bicycle
5. dig, drill, chisel, paint or otherwise damage blocks, ground, bushes and trees
6. apply a board, placard/poster, sign, inscription or similar device
7. drive a motor vehicle
8. set up recreational boats in the area with the exception on the beach and beach near land
during the period April 1 - September 30
9. bring unleashed dogs during the period April 1- September 30