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  • Alwin R

    The nature reserve is located in the west of Oldenburg. It includes a section of the lower reaches of the hair and the adjacent lowland areas. The hair is developed with mostly steep banks. Sections of the banks are paved with fascines. The hairline is characterized by moist fallow land with tall herbaceous meadows, swamps, vineyards and reed beds, in places with woody islands and hedgerows. Parts of the lowland are used extensively as grassland. Drögen-Hasen-Pond in the NSG; north of it the Wechloy campus of the University of Oldenburg Footbridge over the hairThe nature reserve is the habitat of numerous plants and animals. Moist and wet meadows are home to, among other things. Marsh marigold, broad-leaved orchid, overlooked orchid, ostrich loosestrife, large rattlespot, yellow meadow rue, tubular water fennel, groundwort, swamp pea, fever clover, millet sedge, thread rush and in places also needle rush. Großseggenriede are formed by slender sedge, swamp sedge and two-row sedge. In addition, reeds, cane grass and water plumes are reeds. High perennial corridors are z. B. formed by true meadowsweet, purple loosestrife, common loosestrife, yellow meadow rue, shaggy willowherb, forest angelica, common bindweed, common groundwort, true comfrey, true valerian and marsh scissor. The area is also home to the endangered marsh fern. In the area are i.a. Water rail, moorhen, kingfisher, tree sparrow, redstart, gray flycatcher, green and small woodpecker native. Reeds are habitat for reed warblers, reed bunting and field owls. The area is also home to locusts such as swamp hoppers and saber-thorn insects and dragonflies such as the banded demoiselle, bat's damsel, spotted darter and lesser shell-eye. The area is also the habitat of various amphibians, including the sea frog. Hair and hair loss are hunting habitats for the bat species broad-winged bat, water bat, great noctule bat, rough-skin bat and pipistrelle.

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    • November 2, 2021

  • Rolli

    Very beautiful nature in the middle of the city 👌👍🚲

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    • June 1, 2020

  • Michael

    Great circular route in the Haarenniederung

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    • August 22, 2020

  • VfB1897

    Fortunately, it is now a nature reserve

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    • September 5, 2021

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