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Dialogue event: Excursion along the Panke in the Karower Teiche area

An der Panke

The 29-kilometer-long Panke River rises in the northern part of Berlin from the Pankeborn, north of Bernau, and flows southwest through Berlin. On the edge of Berlin's urban area in the district of Pankow, at the level of the Karower Teiche wetland, the Panke is still in a fairly natural state.

Children, young people and adults will explore the Panke in its flowing area at the height of the Karower Teiche together with the Aktionsnetz Kleingewässer at this dialogue event. First, we will get an overview of the ecosystem of the wetlands, and then we will extensively examine the small animal world of the Panke. In doing so, we also want to carry out biological water quality determination. Physical-chemical analyses complete the investigation of the water quality.

As support we will use technical possibilities for the determination of animal and plant species as well as identification literature.

Information about the event

  • September 11, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Meeting point: 10:00 a.m. at the Pankgrafenbrücke 52°36'59.8 "N 13°27'38.1 "E
  • Registration by mail required at
  • The event is free of charge
  • The number of participants is limited
  • The event is held in german

The event takes place in the framework of the Action Network Small Waters.

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