Not only for bird fans and hiking enthusiasts, a visit to offer, also anyone who is receptive to beautiful evening moods in nature or who likes to take nature photos, comes here at his expense. My tip: In the evening in the late summer / early autumn, it is particularly atmospheric (with correspondingly beautiful photo opportunities) - as long as the evening sun (at least a bit) can be seen.
September 8, 2019
The Rieselfelder Münster is a European bird sanctuary in the area of former trickling surfaces for the wastewater of the Westphalian city of Münster. It belongs to the Natura 2000 network of protected areas and bears the code DE-3911-401. It provides refuge for many endangered bird species and is also a popular destination for the people of Münster. It is located north of the Coerde district.Source: Wikipedia
December 18, 2017
The Rieselfelder Münster is a European bird sanctuary in the area of former irrigation areas for the waste water of the Westphalian city of Münster. It belongs to the Natura 2000 network of protected areas and bears the identification DE-3911-401.   It offers shelter to many endangered bird species and is also a popular destination for the Münster population. It is located north of the Coerde district. The total area is approximately 4.3 km².
April 13, 2020
The European reserve near Münster is primarily a retreat for waders and water birds. Ducks and shelducks, for example, live in the sewage fields all year round. There are also migratory birds such as cranes, which stop in the area on their travels. Specially protected bird species such as the goosander can also be observed in the reserve.But other animal species also live in the Münster sewage fields: insects such as dragonflies or butterflies, amphibians such as frogs and newts, and reptiles such as grass snakes. There are also fish in the water bodies: stickleback, rudd and roach, in the running waters also gudgeon, loach and hazel.Anyone who has already walked along the Rieselfelder Münster has possibly already spotted the largest residents: Heck cattle are kept on the pastures. By eroding them, these should help to maintain the landscape in its current form. In addition, Re
October 10, 2020
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