Friday, 7th September at 13.30 h
Råbjerg Mile is a rapidly migrating sand dune; wind and weather have greatly changed the original landscape. Which wind directions will decide where the sand masses will end up in the future?
During the dune’s migration through the region, life is taken, and new life and new habitats emerge. Many threatened animal species are doing fine in this mosaic of nature, e.g. Pelobates fuscus frog, the natterjack toad and the sand lizard as well as a variety of birds and many exciting plants.
Could we see star dust in Denmark’s largest desert?
Do we find flesh-eating plants near the dune?
Further questions will be most welcome.
Registration fee includes a sandwich, fruit and 1/2 l. water
Guide: Freelance nature guide Villy K. Hansen
Length: 10 km | Expected duration: Approx. 4 timer |Degree of difficulty: Easy – on the dune, however, we mainly walk on pure sand