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Molinga nature reserve

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Molinga nature reserve stretches out from the north-western end of Aursunden lake. Important nesting and resting area for birds. One of the wetlands in the Røros region with the richest variety of species during migration. Restrictions on using boats. See separate folder at the Røros Tourist Information.

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Molinga nature reserve

Molinga nature reserve stretches out from the north-western end of Aursunden lake. Important nesting and resting area for birds. One of the wetlands...

Molinga nature reserve

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