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Adler und Wolfspark, Daun
(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • The name is misleading. Wolves are there to see, only in feeding and even then quite inactive. I saw already active "Wolf shows". I do not need any more present for. Eagle? not to see! Bother better vultures and hot Wolf Park. Due to above mentioned points, there are only 4 stars. The bird flight show, which was top! Deserved 6-7 star, if it were possible. But bottom line, therefore, "only" 4 stars remain. Also the Falconer has done a good job. Worth. So, to watch the bird show the wolves are decorative accessories.
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  • Fun to be with the children. The bird of prey demonstration is top, the birds come real close. The wolves come really close and especially when feeding it's nice to have an extra ticket to buy outside the fence, you see them much better. Relaxed presentation, well-understood (both at the birds as the wolves) and always the opportunity to ask questions. a great trip
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  • We have visited Germany several times in a bird of prey show and the show given here is fine but not very special. The vultures are impressive. Feeding the wolves was a bit disappointing. A net park but reasonably small.
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  • Enough parking spots near the entrance. The park is really nice. A lot of green on top of a hill. There is also a castle ruin within the park. Around and within the ruin the birds are situated. From owls, to eagles and to vultures. Behind the castle, seen from the entrance, the wolfs have their large area. The shows/feeding times are 1100 and 1500 hours for the birds and 1145 and 1545 for the wolfs. I strongly suggest you visit around these times as the wolfs really get up close and the birds even more so. Please note that on Mondays the feeding times might differ.
  • Real nice park, especialy the feeding of the birds and the wolfs. There are also other animals and its a nice park to stroll but the must sees are deffinately the birds and wolfs. The employees have got a lot of knowledge and make the feeding a full show. If you go, I think you should, make sure you get to see the feedings!
  • Well worth a visit. The wolves are fed in the afternoon about 3pm, there isn't enough to see and do for the whole day so no point in arriving too early. You can buy animal food to feed the goats and other animals and there is a bird of prey demonstration. The commentary is all in German but it's not a problem as you can see what's going on!
  • So beautiful! I came straight back, spent the entire day in the Park. The Park is well maintained, the wolves and birds look happy, the staff are very nice and helpful. You can for extra money behind the fence to the wolves when feeding, this is unforgettable! The wolves are away 1-2 meters of you. Show with the birds is also super! The trip was well worth it!
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  • We were here today with our 6-year-old daughter. The wolves and the wild have a lot of space and the castle is also quite nice to look at. However, it is after two hours (incl. food and playground) also been restored by. Much there not to see. Footwear would be an advantage because it's only uphill and downhill. It was OK as a whole. A second not time but rather.
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