What you will do
In the Seehundstation National Park house, a team of professionals and volunteers look after these 'Howler' orphaned seals until they are brought back into the North Sea and can survive there. Exhibitions, events and the marine mammals themselves convey the responsible task in the area of the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea, which enjoys special protection as a national park and biosphere reserve, and equally serves as a recreational area for holiday guests.
January to November (daily) 10-17. December: Check
Friedrichskoog, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Dörper Weg 24
Provided bySeehund Station
The Seehundstation National Park House is a powerful recognized service station for marine mammals. Between 80 and 150 orphaned seals and gray seals are also occasionally raised annually and returned to the North Sea. The station is responsible for the whole of Lower Saxony Wadden Sea, which enjoys special as National Park, Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage protection.
From feeding to the fascinating floating arts to do the appropriate upbringing of small cetaceans. Through explanations of biology and behavior, you get an impression of the animals, which can be absorbed in informative and child-friendly adventure exhibitions around the habitat Wadden Sea.
The main task of the seal station is the rehabilitation and Rearing orphaned pups, which are initially cared for in a private quarantine station in Waloseum. About 70 volunteers, mostly Watt gamekeepers, support the work of the station. Zookeeper, federal volunteer service providers and about 20 interns annually provide the helpless animals found. A constant veterinary care is ensured.
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