You are absolutely right that it is Djurgårdsförvaltningens responsibility and therefore, I called up slottsfogden Magnus Andersson to hear if it is true that the swamp is supposed to grow again. It would be well for sad?
Magnus gave the reassuring answer:
– Isbladskärret gets its water from natural tributaries. These have been hit hard by this year's drought, which made kärrets watermark by joseph brodsky in the year has been less than usual, and in their places the vegetation is taken off, " says Magnus Andersson.
"We all hope for a more normal summer next year, which will also give a more normal water surface of the pool," says sheriff Andersson.
Yes, a lot can be said about the summer of 2018 in Stockholm (and also the rest of Sweden), but as the worst ”normal” was not.Stockholm's finest (?) the pump casing next to the Isbladskärret. Photo: Eva-Karin Gyllenberg
In the Bear Hasselblad ”Djurgårdsvandringar” you can read about how the name Isbladskärret occurred. Hasselblad refers to the former riksantikvarien Martin Olsson who said or possibly posted that it can be derived from a jägarboställe from the 1600s whose name was Ibla. This was previously a swamp between the northern and southern Djurgården. First, when the Price was laid out in the 1830s on Karl XIV Johan's initiative came to the swamp to become a part of the southern island of Djurgården (what we in everyday speech call the island of Djurgården).
the Marsh dikades out in the beginning of the 1900s that you would be able to use it as arable land and far into the century länspumpades the marsh regularly, but Djurgårdsförvaltningen chose a different path and ended with the cessation of dewatering in 1981. Already the first season it was clear that a number of sea birds nesting in the vassjö that have arisen.
In the book ”All those walking in the vicinity of Stockholm” by Mattias Henrikson, one can read that there are 70 species in the Isbladskärret and to the colony of herons, which is derived from the Skansen now amounts to more than 50 couples.
Read more hereUpdated Date: 06 December 2018, 04:21