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Zwillbrocker Venn

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  • Simon Rosmolen

    Zwillbrocker Venn is a nature reserve on the Dutch-German border. The forest and swamp area was created after peat was cut here. Many birds perch here, including a colony of about forty flamingos (!). This makes it the northernmost breeding ground in Europe for this tropical pink appearance.

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    • June 23, 2020

  • Frank 🚲 👈

    Grandiose 🤗 super beautiful landscape and unique bird life, with a little luck you can see flamingos there dort

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    • March 31, 2020

  • Willi Winzig

    To watch flamingos bring a pair of binoculars.

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    • April 24, 2018

  • Tom Pfrey

    Shallow lake where in the spring months (March to July) the world's northernmost flamingo colony resides. We were there in mid-July 2019 and the flamingos already gone. A pity, but I'll be back!

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    • July 17, 2019

  • pehei

    There are nowhere else to see flamingos anywhere. Even though the population that lives here are animals that were originally bred from zoos. Unfortunately nobody told me before that the animals are already in their winter quarters in July. So only a dry fallen moor was admired. The peace was still nice and so the stop was still worth something.

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    • July 17, 2019

  • Thomas Verhülsdonk

    Beautiful resting place - here you can let nature work on you.

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    • July 2, 2020

  • Elisabeth

    Run now. At the moment the Lachmövensee has no water. Is also very nice to watch

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    • October 15, 2018

  • ulli

    From July 20th to 23rd, 2018 we stayed near the biological station. Counted 7 flamingo cubs. 5 of them can be seen on the 2nd picture of me.
    Everyone hopes that the water will be enough to feed them until they are able to fly.

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    • January 2, 2019

  • ulli

    In order to deepen from the newly created Moorsee the later Flammingoinsel was artificially created. The effort has paid off through the settlement of bird diversity.

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    • January 2, 2019

  • Michael

    Be sure to stop and read why there are flamingos in the Zwillbrocker Venn! Very interesting!

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    • July 20, 2020

  • Grubenmann

    The Zwillbrocker Venn is a beautiful area for hiking or cycling.

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    • September 22, 2020

  • Dolf_Mohr

    Two dry summers were enough to drive away the flamingos and other animals that have been breeding there for 40 years, perhaps forever. Anyone who still denies climate change should stop by here and think about it. It's nice here anyway, but the situation is serious.

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    • September 19, 2020

  • Fahrradherz

    The Zwillbrocker Venn

    Flamingo tourism until the heather wobbles :-)

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    • May 26, 2018

  • Frinny

    A "must" in the western Münsterland! Interesting and varied nature - very good cycling and hiking trails!

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    • May 24, 2021

  • möweninsel

    .... pure nature ... see enough for the eye!

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    • May 7, 2022

  • Hubert 🇺🇦🍀

    Great way to watch the birds!

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    • May 15, 2022

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