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Benthuizerplas - A Bird Sanctuary
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De Benthuizerplas is a small sanctuary catered specially for migrating birds. Kingfishers, Geese and Sea birds of various colonies can be spotted here. It's been a successfull breeding water hole especially for the colonies of migrating geese.
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