Biotope of Beeden

pictures

description

brief description: 

The biotope of Beeden is home to numerous animal species, e.g. tail cattle, water buffaloes, and Konik horses are used extensively for grazing. Even the white stork feels comfortable here. The biotope was created artificially with floodplains, wet brooks, pasture bushes and valley slate fields. Each year, pairs of storks are breeding here, which can be observed by two different observation platforms. Many birds also set up their rest here in the Höllengraben: silvery, dwarves, fish eagles, cranes and many more. The "Beeder Biotopverein" takes care of the biotope. The 4 km long "Biotope-Kultur-Rundweg Beeden" starts at the viewpoint between the sports arenas "Am Sandweg".

relevant filming facts

usage: 
local holiday area; biotope
condition: 
well-kept
lighting conditions: 
depends on the daytime
Background noise: 
quiet
surroundings: 
local holiday area
Space restrictions: 
none
Time restrictions : 
none
Catering: 
not available
premises: 
not available

accessibility

car: 
city centre of Homburg; Motorway A8 - exit Limbach; and A6 - exit Homburg/Saar
train: 
Homburg/Saar central station and public transport

supply

sanitary facilities: 
not available
parking lot: 
available
electricity supply: 
upon request
water supply: 
upon request

contact

Steffen Conrad
Karte: