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Staunings Ø

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Hidden : 12/29/2006
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Staunings Ø

Foto fra www.naturnet.dk – Fotograf: Ole Malling

dansk Dansk
Staunings Ø dukkede op af havet for ca. 100 år siden. Den består af nedbrudt materiale som havet i dette århundrede har aflejret i den rolige, indre del af Køge Bugt. På grund af strøm og vind er aflejringen sket et godt stykke ude i bugten - først som et lavt rev under havoverfladen og siden hen som en revle.
I dag fremstår Staunings Ø som et klitlandskab med marehalm. Bagved ligger lagunesøer med store sivskove og et rigt fugleliv året rundt,- især svaner, gåse- og andefugle.

Staunings Ø udgør en del af et vildtreservat og hunde må derfor ikke medtages i yngleperioden og resten af året kun i snor. I perioder i løbet af året er der også adgangsforbud på øernes spidser.
På Staunings Ø er der om sommeren anlagt en badebro. Der er også et fugletårn, som er opstillet af Roskilde Amt.

Man kan kun færdes til fods i området. Der er ideelle badeforhold og fine muligheder for at opleve trækfugle og årstidernes skiften.

For at komme ud til Staunings Ø skal man igennem Jersie Strandpark, der er en nåletræsplantage med spredte løvskovspartier og lysninger med græs, velegnede for ophold og leg.

Her findes Parkeringsplads, Kiosk (Åben i sommerhalvåret) og offentlige toiletter (Åbnet 15. april - 15 oktober mellem kl. 10:00 - 20:00).

Der er muggler aktivitet i området - så pas på!!!

Om cachen:
Cachen er en 0,7 L plastbeholder.
 
english English
Staunings Ø (Staunings Island) arose from the sea about a hundred years ago. It consists of decomposed material that the sea has deposited on the calm, inner part of Køge bugt (Køge Bay). Because of currents and wind the material has been deposited some way out in the bay, first as a reef and later as sandbars.

Today Staunings Ø is a landscape of mostly sand dunes with mar ram. Behind it are lagoons with reeds and a rich bird life year round especially swans, geese and ducks.
Staunings Ø is part of a wild life reserve and dogs are therefore not allowed in the bird breeding season, and in the rest of the year only on a leash. The very ends of the island are also closed in periods to the public. In the summer period a bathing bridge is set up. There's also a bird watching tower.

You can only walk by foot in the area, no driving allowed. There are perfect bathing conditions and fine chances to experience migratory birds and the change of the seasons.

To get to Staunings Ø you have to go through Jersie Strandpark, which is a pine tree plantation with scattered leave bearing trees and clearings with grass perfect for picnics, games and recreation.
Jersie Strandpark is also where you find a parking lot, and in the summer a kiosk. The public toilets are opne between 10 am and 8 pm from 15. april to 15. october.

Mugglers in the area – so be careful!

The cache:
The cache is a 0,7 L plastic container.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[DK] Irq fgbycr, haqre fgra.
[GB] Ol cbyr, haqre fgbar.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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