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Alternativer Bärenpark Worbis, Worbis
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  • It really liked us in the bear Park Worbis. The Park located on the outskirts of the city, there's easy parking and extra handicapped parking spaces directly in front of the entrance. The animals are in the first place! There are for all Park residents to retreat to, so that at last once it here isn't to show off the animals. For this thumbs up! It seems that you observed on his walk through the Park and huge rejoices when suddenly a bear through the Woods does. Open your eyes (hopefully many Zoo and Zoo visitors) and encourage the old Kennel to the thinking on. There are many interesting information panels, a Steichelzoobereich, a small playground, a restaurant and much to discover for all ages! The restaurant was not open to our visit but at the ticket counter, there was to eat even a little something. Have fun on the journey of discovery!
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  • It was a beautiful afternoon with Hund.Das terrain is vast. You can not see everything, so that the animals have their retreat. It was really interesting.
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  • What an interesting afternoon at the bear Park! It's worth and you can see the bears up close. It must be said, that "decommissioned" animals from the circus here lead a decent existence. Large natural enclosures in the Woods allow the animals a wander in a "free" environment. So can it also pssieren that gets hard to see the animals outside the feeding times. We have see for example only once very briefly pass by a Wolf, but so the animals should also live and not be crammed in tight enclosures. The feeding is really worth, because the animals come pretty close to the fence and the employee answered questions and know to the keeping of the animals interesting report! There's even a walk-in Aviary with many parakeets and small birds of the Parrot. The raccoons who live in a spacious enclosure and get up on the fence are quite cute! There is also a small area with small animals like goats and tortoises, ideal for children. A restaurant with panoramic window is just right for a welcome break on the spot. Also from here you could see bears roam. The animals need much food and a donation is welcome and also of course for every animal lover. With dedication and commitment, a new home offered the animals here. A beautiful excursion for the whole family!
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  • Nice to experience that a refuge offered the bear here. Unfortunately the Park next to the tour has to offer as well as anything and it is through in about an hour. Unless you like to sit before a bear and considered him a long time. ;)
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  • Great spacious grounds. Bears and wolves have enough outlet. As a little melancholy drops find I on the Internet site the feeding times are not specified. The staff answered each question, class and is not in it. Also, there is enough resting places to stay
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  • Very beautifully bear and Wolf Park, the animals have plenty of space to live and can finally enjoy their life and work. Also just fine, you can visit the Park on a miserably hot, sunny day, because beautiful shade of the many trees. The many panels you learn a lot about these animals, unfortunately also figuratively, how man abused them. Squeamish should look the other way better. The gift shop carries well-chosen things, no classical kitsch. For example, Super tasty was the homemade Berry jam. Nice to know that some people devoted to advocating for tortured animals. Good for visitors, help them to something.
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  • Closer to the bear no more. Well spent grounds. All around for older people enough seating.
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