Langeland

Holmsmose

 In the bog there are, among other things, patch divers, blish hens, white claws, vibes and reed hawks.

Holmsmose is a wetland of about 30 hectares. Originally, the area was drained at a pumping station, but the pump has now stopped and the area flooded. The area is now drained by natural outlet to the sea. The area consists of the bog where there is permanent water and an area with wet and dry meadow. In the bog there are, among other things, patch divers, blish hens, white claws, vibes and reed hawks.