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Lejodden is located north of Korsør at the Great Belt.
The area consists of coast, common fields, meadows, and a lake,
Lejodden seen from the south. To the left the Great Belt, to the right in the background the lake "Lejsø".
Photo in double size (37K Jpeg)
Lejodden is particularly known for shorebirds. Most of the common species can be seen, and they often appear in large numbers. But rarities may also show up. Stone Curlew (Burhinus oedicnemus), American Golden-Plover (Pluvialis dominica), Pectoral Sandpiper (Calidris melanotos), and Citrine Wagtail (Motacilla citreola) are examples of rare species that have been recorded on Lejodden.
As part of a
Area, access to the area is restricted. As shown on the signs, you are
allowed to walk on the roads. But access to the meadows and the beach is
prohibited during the birds' breeding season from March 15 to
Sign in larger size (334K Jpeg)
My favourite route to Lejodden is from the south via Halskov Bar. By car: Take exit 43 off E20, drive southwards and towards the Great Belt Bridge abutment following the signs to "Isbåd Museet" ("Iceboat Museum"), park at the museum. The map shows a path from the parking ground at the Iceboat Museum (green) to my preferred observation spot (red).
Alternatively, it is possible to get to Lejodden from the east. Drive towards the Musholm Bay Holiday Centre, about 600 m after Korsør railway station there's a parking place with the sign "Strandgæster" ("Beach Guests"), park there, follow the trail northwards to Musholm Bugt (Musholm Bay) then westwards along the beach. The parking place is shown on the signs. You may also use that route if you come by train.
|Latest observations from DOFbasen: Lejodde, Lejsø, Kruusesminde, Halsskov Odde|
Dunlin (Calidris alpina) on Lejodden.
Text and photos: Stig Linander, created: 1998-11-17, last revised: 2020-07-13