Ekebergs lövskog - natur reserve
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The field layer is typical grove character with many valuable plants. Hepatica lost plenty and there are hints of black Baneberry, the violets and spring pea. There are also many valuable mosses and lichens, many of which are endangered or classified as signal species. Ekeberg deciduous forest is also of great value to insects, given all the dead and dying trees.
The birds are the rich supply of food and nesting important and there are plenty of nesting holes and notches after foraging in the older trees. Typical species include breeding birds in deciduous forest, for example nuthatch, wood warbler, pied flycatcher and gray flycatcher. Other regular breeding birds is lesser spotted woodpecker, great spotted woodpecker, green woodpecker, black woodpecker, Hawfinch and Long-tailed Tit.
So far, 12 red-listed species found in the area, including three birds, three insects, three benches and three fungi.
Naturreservat i Ödeshög
Stora torget 3
599 31 Ödeshög
Phone: +46 144 35167