Hellebæk Kohave and Teglstrup Hegn
Together, the forests Teglstrup Hegn, Hellebæk Skov and Hellebæk Kohave form a natural area of approximately 1,000 hectares, with 500-year-old oak trees, an intact raised bog, a grassland with grazing cows, and lovely forest lakes. There are plenty of opportunities to experience the beauty and diversity of nature. Hellebæk Kohave is managed with aims to develop it into a pasture, which is a nutrient-poor nature on dry soil with many different plants. When the cows graze, nutrients are removed, which gives flowering plants a greater chance of gaining ground for the benefit of butterflies and other insects. Especially in the spring, Hellebæk is one of Eastern Denmark’s best places for birds of prey.
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