Skåre a small fishing village
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Skåre a small fishing village

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Skåre is amazing! We who live in Skåre already know that we live in a stunning seaside setting. Skåre has a rich animal and bird life, and we now know that we have an amazing, but delicate marine environment in and outside Skåre. This has been noted and we get more and more visitors to Skåre - common recreation visitors and birdwatchers, but also visitors of the more professional nature, such as biologists and marine biologists more information: http://www.skarebyalag.se/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Skåre är fantastiskt ! Vi som bor i Skåre vet ju redan att vi bor i en fantastisk miljö vid havet. Skåre har ett rikt djur- och fågelliv och vi vet numera också att vi har en fantastisk, men känslig, marin miljö i och utanför Skåre. Detta har uppmärksammats och vi får fler och fler besökare till Skåre – vanliga rekreationsbesökare och fågelskådare, men också besökare av mer professionell karaktär, t ex biologer och marinbiologer mer information : http://www.skarebyalag.se/

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