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The wheatear is an endangered bird species that breeds on specially created stone piles on the Hahneberg. The first animals from Africa can return to us from mid-March. Since the animals need a clear view of the breeding site, they must be regularly cleared of emerging vegetation.



A complex activity in which the team would be happy to receive any help. So if you want to get involved in active bird protection, you've come to the right place. Please note that this is physically demanding work for adults and requires strength and endurance. In addition, it could be cold and damp, so sturdy shoes and appropriate clothing are essential. Some work gloves are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.


Register for this campaign at mail@naturschutzstation-hahneberg.de or 030 / 26300787


If the weather throws a spanner in the works, this will be announced on the website at least two days in advance. Please check there again when the time comes.
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