- Site number:436
- Area:1,977 ha
- Designation date:12-06-1989
- Coordinates:59°52'N 16°19'E
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Svartådalen is a complex of four nutrient-rich freshwater lakes which support emergent and submerged vegetation and are surrounded by low-lying wet meadows. The lakes are connected by the meandering river Svartän. The area is internationally important for staging whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus), with 2,500 birds representing 4% of the population of north-west mainland Europe; it also supports a diversity of breeding wetland birds. Maintenance of traditional hay-cutting is encouraged by payment of subsidies.
- National legal designation:
- Nature reserve - Fläckebo
- Regional (international) legal designations:
- EU Natura 2000
- Last publication date:22-12-2017