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Duvenstedter Brook

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© 2014 Johannes Beschoner
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© 2014 Johannes Beschoner
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© 2014 Johannes Beschoner

Every fall starting in September, there is a real highlight in the north of Hamburg: Bellowing stags in the Duvenstedter Brook.

You can also see foxes or cranes here. In this fascinating moorland with its rich flora and fauna, you’ll quickly have all the photos you need for your next self-made calendar. Information, exhibitions and excursions at the Duvenstedter BrookHus.
The BrookHus has information about the Duvenstedter Brook and Wohldorfer Wald nature protection areas, the different habitats and the plants and animals that live there. It is thus the ideal starting point for visitors. In addition to a small NABU shop with a selection of books, brochures and postcards all the way to nesting boxes, the BrookHus has changing exhibitions and lectures.

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