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The Curonian Spit National Park, known for its remarkable sand dunes, is a prime birdwatching location. This UNESCO-listed peninsula, nestled between the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon, features six observation towers, allowing enthusiasts to watch migratory birds in flight.

The Curonian Spit National Park, known for its remarkable sand dunes, is a prime birdwatching location. This UNESCO-listed peninsula, nestled between the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon, features six observation towers, allowing enthusiasts to watch migratory birds in flight. Forgot your birding manual? No worries, on-site information stands will help you identify the birds. Particularly suitable for birdwatching is the Nagliai Nature Reserve, home to rare species like Peregrine Falcons, Red-Legged Falcons, Brown Kites, and Pink Starlings. Every autumn, the Juodkrantė Ringing Station sets up nets to catch and ring over 10,000 birds, including Great and Blue Tits, Finches, and Robins. The area's combination of natural beauty and avian diversity creates a unique experience for birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.

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