Langeland is one of the parts of Denmark richest in birdlife. The island’s varied habitats and rich plantlife are a paradise for birds. Langeland is particularly important for migratory birds, acting as a staging post along their migratory birds.
Tryggelev Nor is one of the most bird-rich wetlands in Denmark.
Nature reserve of 7ha. Over 40 species of breeding birds are registered in Gulstav Mose.
Here is a rich bird life and you can see, among other sea eagles hunt and if you are lucky to hear the bittern.
Back in the Middle Ages, it was possible to sail into Vejlen and anchor up.
In the bog there are, among other things, patch divers, blish hens, white claws, vibes and reed hawks.