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15. March to 15. Sept. daily 10 am – 6 pm and by appointment
In the nature conservation centre Bergenhusen the main emphasis is put on the white stork and its habitat. Every year thousands of visitors, among them many children, adolescents and school classes, come to the village in Stapelholm during the six month of the stork season. They take part in guided tours and have the possibility to learn about the stork, its endangerment and its protection in the exhibition of the centre. In this museum other animal and plant species, which need a similar biosphere like the stork, are also taken into consideration.
adults 3,- €, children 1,- €, family ticket 6,- €
guided tours of the exhibition and the stork village by appointment
‚A look into the stork’s nest’ with a live-transmission on the large screen of the nature conservation centre by a remote controlled video camera. So the hatching of the nestlings, the feeding and other details from the daily life of a stork’s family can be seen very closely without disturbing the birds., Guided tours of the storks’ village and the exhibition.
Arriving by car
Coming from Hamburg on the motorway A 7 exit ‘Rendsburger Kreuz” in the direction of Rendsburg. Follow the signs leading to St. Peter-Ording. Take the federal road B 202 through Hohn and Erfde until you reach Norderstapel. In Norderstapel turn off to the right in the direction of Kropp. After approx. 3 kms turn off to the right to Bergenhusen. In Bergenhusen follow the signs to the nature conservation centre.
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of the type: Natural history
of the region: Schleswig-Flensburg