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Fyn er fin #3

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Hidden : 6/10/2006
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Fyn er fin #3

Denne cache er lagt i forbindelse med eventet "Fyn er fin".

Omkring 1750 blev Tyveknappen gjort til rettersted. Det markante højdedrag var dengang uden træer og der var derfor et godt udsyn. Senere blev højen tilplantet med træer og udsynet forsvandt. I 2005 er der dog begyndt en kraftig udtynding og fældning af træer i bakkerne. De næste par år vil man opleve, at landskabet bliver endnu mere storslået. Der er flere steder, hvorfra man kan nyde udsigten. Der er kig ud over dalene og ud til havet, når skoven er blevet tyndet ud. Områdets spændende geologiske former er igen blevet synlige. Helt træfri er bakkerne dog ikke. Der er bevaret enkelttræer og grupper af træer, ligesom flere krat er bevaret. Antallet af får i bakkerne er blevet begrænset, til gengæld er der udsat 9 Galloway kreaturer. Kombinationen af får, geder og kreaturer sikrer en mere varieret afgræsning. Den ændrede græsning betyder, at græs og urtevegetationen vil udvikle sig i løbet af de kommende år. Der vil blive flere blomster at opleve om sommeren - og dermed også flere sommerfugle og andre smådyr.

Tyveknappen was made into a place of execution around 1750. This prominent ridge was without trees at that time and there was an excellent view from there. Later trees were planted on the hills and the view was lost. In 2005 a serious thinning out and cutting down the trees in the hills was started. Over the next couple of years you will experience that the landscape gets more grandiose. When the forest has been thinned out, there will be more places from where you can enjoy the view and you’ll be able to see across the valleys and towards the sea. The distinctive geological features of the area will once more become visible. The hills will not be totally deprived of trees. Lone trees and groups of trees will be preserved as well as several thickets. The number of sheep in the hills has been reduced and instead 9 Galloway cattle are turned loose. The grazing will become more varied because of the combination of sheep, goats and cattle. These changes in the grazing will make the grass and the vegetation evolve over the next years. There will be more flowers during the summertime – and therefore also more butterflies and other small animals.

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