For many years, the Tipperne Bird Sanctuary was closed off to people, and for good reason: the space is reserved for migratory birds, and its preservation is essential for those birds' survival. Thanks to carefully planned buildings designed by Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter and collaboration with the Tipper House research center, the sanctuary is now open to viewing for the public.
As Europe's oldest continuous bird count, the Tipperne Bird Sanctuary has long been a safe haven for birds. Thanks to the addition of new, responsibly constructed facilities like a bird hide, a watch tower, walking routes, and a conversion of the Tipper House research station itself, the grounds now have space for humans to enjoy the nature and observe the birds without negatively affecting their migration.
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