The Wolbecker Tiergarten nature conservation and FFH area is located in the approximately 350-hectare Wolbeck State Forest in Münster.
The Wolbecker Tiergarten extends over an area of 288 hectares in the extreme southeast of Münster. In the north and west, the zoo borders on the Münster-Wolbeck district; in the south as in the east it represents the border to the district of Warendorf.
The zoo, which flows from east to west through the forest, divides the zoo into a smaller northern part and a larger southern part. The northern part is also known as Kellingholz. The paths of the zoo are laid out in a grid. Only the Tiergarten street is asphalted (later with a gravel cover), otherwise typical forest paths dominate. There are bridges over the fishing rod in three places.
April 5, 2020
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