Bike Touring Highlight
Flooding peat moss, bog eyes and black-brown water are the habitat of numerous rare, endangered animal and plant species. Because of the lack of nutrients, carnivorous plants grow there, such as the water hose or the round-leaved sundew.
June 16, 2020
nice to see that there is still a moor here
August 21, 2017
The existence of a bog here is strange, since parts of the Tennenloher Forest are one of the largest sand ecosystems in southern Germany - primarily dry.
May 13, 2020
Very interesting bog, also a board with explanations of the different species
November 6, 2021
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Wildpferde im Tennenloher Forst
Wildpferde Tennenloher Forst
Radweg entlang der Pegnitz
Alter Ortskern Tennenlohe
Gehege für Urwildpferde (Przewalski-Pferde)
Radweg Erlangen - Tennenlohe
Steinböcke im Tennenloher Forst