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Leksdalsvatnet is a 12 km long lake with several densely vegetated sections. It is considered to be the single most important fresh-water site in Central Norway. The lake is of particular importance to moulting ducks and resting wetland birds in general, with up to 1000 Whooper Swans in spring.