Müden Wildlife Park
|Müden Wildlife Park|
29328 Müden / Örtze
|Animal species||about 30 species|
|Individuals||approx. 200 animals|
|management||Thomas Wamser (Managing Director)|
|Sponsorship||Wildpark Müden GmbH|
The entrance to the wildlife park
The Müden Wildlife Park is a public wildlife park in the Müden (Örtze) district of the Faßberg community in the southern part of the Lüneburg Heath in Lower Saxony. It was operated by Wild- und Abenteuer GmbH until 2012 . Thomas Wamser has been the park's tenant ever since.
Most domestic animals and birds , 200 specimens from 30 species, including deer , raccoons , raccoon dogs , wild boars and muffle - and sika deer are presented in natural and crisscrossed with streams and ponds enclosures .
Raccoon during feeding
European eagle owl at the air show
Fallow deer (light)
Desert Buzzard during the air show
Cordilleras during the air show
- Wildlife Park before the reorganization. Retrieved November 9, 2018 (German).