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Wildpark Hundshaupten, Forchheim
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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Immer wieder lohnend. Insb. wer den steilen Anstieg zum Wolfsgehege auf sich nimmt, wird mit herrlichen Ausblicken belohnt! Kann v.a. Sonntags mit Parkplätzen eng werden, innen verläuft es sich aber s... read more »Always rewarding. Insb. who takes the Wolf enclosure in the surge, will be rewarded with magnificent views! Especially Sunday with parking close, can be inside but quickly runs up.show original
Der Wildpark Hundshaupten ist für mich kein üblicher Wildpark wo man in kurzen Abständen eine Anzahl Tiere sehen kann. Es ist vielmehr ein toller Naturpark, der zu einem Spaziergang mit ab und zu doch... read more »The Wildlife Park Hundshaupten is no more common Wildlife Park where you can see a number of animals in short intervals for me. Rather, it is a great natural park, which invites you to take a walk with to quite strenuous climbs. And then, and when there is the opportunity to discover one of the more than 40 species, which there is. And "discover" is the appropriate term. See for example the wolves, one must have patience or the corresponding portion of luck. There is also a small playground for children. Conclusion: For the very small entrance fee €4 adults / € 2 a visit in any case is children (5-17Jahre) worthwhile.show original
Dieser Park ist etwas ganz besonderes in der "Fränkischen", dort gibt es freilaufende Hirsche und Wisents..etc. Die Wege sind klar gekennzeichnet und sauber. Es gibt aber auch einige steile "Aufstiege... read more »This Park is something special in the "Frankish", there are free-ranging deer and bison... etc. The paths are clearly marked and clean. There are also some steep "ascents", therefore a water should be always with the luggage.show original
Super fur kinder.
Michael BernhardReally nice Deer Park. When some visitors still make it in a very short time to disfigure the paths with cigarette butts was prepared as far as beautiful! Also, we were not there to find the animals in each enclosure. What is either because they were not in there or thanks to the at least us so occurring, spacious enclosure sometimes could look at a quiet place. No Park in which there are no opportunities for improvement. For example, several information boards would help in some enclosures to install. Hate to belong to the people who approached would like to snuggle up on andre, just to get the information what is there just so Frolics before me ;) What objection I but not quite understand, is with regard to the electric fences. Apart from that some warning to the relevant enclosures are attached, you gotta go through the fences, depending on how much is taken through the fence of the Park through, between 20 and 100 cm in gone to get a current-carrying wire. Get access in other words in an enclosure where Lynx or wild boar or Wolf just might bite off one or also the hand. Maybe it helps just children clearly to make that you can touch but never through the fence in the enclosure may be on the fence.show original
Oliver VölkerClass there. Many animals and a beautiful terrain. Changing events, E.g. a falconry show.show original
Sven SchnappaufIt is impossible that in a family destination it is so easy for small children, to cages on wires leading the current ran. What has proved today even a small child. I quote myself an employee of the Wildlife Park: "That happens several times a week". Such statements are a mess and nothing on it is here apparently changed. The remaining afternoon was then spent in the children's clinic of Erlangen.show original
Laura GoggiWe were two weeks ago 3 times in the Park and we were relatively disappointed. The sheep, goats, etc were nice to look at as also in other zoos. But when we got to the wolves, we found only a wolf in the small area. We had split extra us, to look for the other members of the Pack, but finding nothing. We found it very sad for this friend, because he got rushed apparently alone, although wolves really are pack animals. Since I have to say I was already a bit gobsmacked but when we then came to the Raptors for us we have decided no longer to visit this park. The birds of prey was tied to her feet and sat on her tree trunk. They could move maybe 1 good meter. And then even the vultures I've noticed which is strutting around in his small rabbit grid of "big" cage out wanted just for this maybe when 2 m high. I don't know whether these birds of prey are always kept. But they have given me the impression than they would be this procedure already accustomed. In addition to the creation of the Raptors still a believer I noticed, where many cages were in the middle of the trailer, a small OWL on a stool sahs. I suspect that the animals go into the trailer in small cages overnight then. Could of course also be, that with the trailer then in cages on the premises get, where you have to say that these are not really big. It has torn heart me anyway, to see the poor animals. Would be pleased with an opinion on this situation.show original
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