The flat land of Mörlunda and especially Emådalen with the village Tigerstad in the south
and Lilla Aby in the north is one of southern Sweden's most interesting bird areas. During
spring and autumn thousands of geese and swans rest on the big fields, along with golden
plovers, lapwings, and starlings by the hundred.
Quite close by lies the lake Ryningen which is one of Sweden's most popular bird lakes.
More than 240 bird species has been seen at Ryningen and about 180 species is seen yearly in the area.
During spring and autumn a lot of geese and wild duck rest, many different species of
wading birds rest during April - May and during May - June you are able to listen to
great snipes, jack snipes, quails, grasshopper warblers, river warblers, corncrakes,
spotted crakes and thrush nightingales during the light summer nights. We can arrange
guided tours. A local bird-watcher named Nicklas Strömberg is able to guide you around
the flat land of Mörlunda and Ryningen according to your own wishes. You can contact
Nicklas at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about birds.