What is that flying there? Insects and birds in the city
StadtNatur-Rangertour: A walk along the Wuhle, getting to know our wild neighbours a little more
Sonntag, 12.06.22, 08:30 - 10:30 Uhr
Für: Kinder, Jugendliche, Familien, Erwachsene
Leitung: Friederike Richter, Dr Clement Romain
Angebot von: Stiftung Naturschutz Berlin
Ort/Start: Hellersdorf, S-Bhf. Wuhletal, 12619 Berlin, Wuhlecafé
Anfahrt: S+U Wuhletal
Bitte beachten: Tour in English / Führung in englischer Sprache | Please bring binoculars, magnifying glass, and camera, if you have.
This is an international-friendly tour for English-speaking nature lovers, curious to look into the world of insects and birds in the city.
We will visit one of the Berlin‘s lesser known nature places located in the borough of Marzahn-Hellersdorf: the Wuhle valley. There, we will get to know the different habitats offered by the Wuhle and its surroundings, and the fauna that calls this place home.
How many different species can we find in the middle of the city? Where do they live and how? How can we share the natural habitats within our city with these diverse biodiversity groups in the best way? Let´s meet to find out together. We will walk together for two hours and make several stops to search for everything that might fly or crawl.
Hufeisen-Azurjungfer (Coenagrion puella) (© Stiftung naturschutz Berlin / Dr. Romain Clement)