Lille Vildmose is Denmark largest marsh land. It is located only 53 kilometers from Aalborg. The area stretches over 7.700 ha land.
Lille Vildmose is Denmark’s largest preserved nature reserve. Lille Vildmose houses a range of threatened or rare animal species, including the rare golden eagle. Additionally, there are red deer, wild boars and bats. Tofte Mose is the most well-preserved marsh in the north-west part of Europe.
The photographers Caroline Fornæs and Casper Stentoft stayed with us in 2016 and has made the photos of the eagles below. To see more visit www.fuglefotos.dk