Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Nature Notes: Schwarze Berge

This Sunday the snow was fresh and the sun was shining, so we decided to take a trip to the Wildpark Schwarze Berge, a zoo near Hamburg that keep animals native to Europe in huge enclosures.

We got to see wild boars
brown bears
and wolves
and a gorgeous view over the surrounding countryside

Nature Notes is hosted by Michelle over at Rambling Woods


Jay at The Depp Effect said...

That sounds like a great place - and how beautiful to see it in the snow!

The animals look content and - quite rightly - very wild!

Rambling Woods said...

Thank you so much for joining into Nature Notes!!! I love a zoo that has large spaces for the animals as I hate to see them in cages. Our local Buffalo New York zoo is trying to improve, but I think some the enclosures are still too small...Love the cat...there is something about cats...I will have to write a post in the future about my daughter's very dear ratty pets... Michelle

Denise said...

Lovely photos of the animals and lovely wintry scenery. I have just talked to my niece in Germany. She lives the Baden-Wurtemburg area. Not sure if I have spelled that correctly.

Arija said...

I am still oohing and aahing over the European native animals so very dear to my hear. The bear is like out of one of my childhood storybooks. Wild pigs too have been part of my life since I was four years old and the wolf is my totem animal.

I was so thrilled by your post! Thank you.

EG Wow said...

The lynx and bear appear to be posing for you. This appears to be a zoo that gives its animals plenty of space.

Carver said...

What a great place to visit. Thanks for showing us both the animals and the beautiful snowy landscapes.

Greenearth said...

What an exciting and beautiful place.

So wonderful to see animals in their natural habitat.

KaHolly said...

Very nice post. Love the animal pictures. ~karen