Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
This nature reserve was groundbreaking for the development of approaches to renaturation in the Emscher system. Due to a large diversity of amphibians and birds, you can see here - provided the season is right - quite rare animals such as fire salamander to face. In early summer, this area attracts many strollers at dusk, who do not want to miss the firefly spectacle.
Furthermore, here at several points the transition from industrial use to nature reserve can be well understood. The most noticeable is certainly the stockpile of the Zeche Zollern, which is recaptured by nature at high speed.
I can recommend a trip here!
August 15, 2017
The nature reserve Dellwiger Bachtal offers in a wonderfully green location as a great combination for extended tours through the surrounding areas Dellwiger forest and Deipenbecke up to the district Bövinghausen. The centerpiece is the renatured Dellwiger Bach, which consists of extensive deciduous forests, small shrubs and wetlands. Numerous animals and insects have settled in the recreational area since the deportation in 1986. Thus, the Bachtal is meanwhile significant living and breeding space for buzzard, tawny owl, water rail, thorn warbler, small woodpecker, pigeon and amphibians such as fire salamander, pond newt, grass frog, turtle and forest lizard.
June 10, 2017
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