The Tegeler Fließ landscape conservation area is a unique natural and cultural landscape in the north of Berlin that is home to many endangered species.
Together we will discover the river, the marshy meadows and dry grasslands at dusk and at night on an approx. 5 km long hike. The path leads partly over a boardwalk directly through the floodplain of the stream with rare glimpses of a rustic swamp landscape. Equipped with binoculars and bat detectors, we will learn many exciting things about the animals of the night.
The excursion takes place within the framework of the project "Wassernetz Berlin".
Please note: The hike starts in Alt-Lübars (Bus 222) and ends at the Hermsdorf S-Bahn station.
- For young people, families, adults
- Please bring: Headlamp/torch, sturdy shoes
- Guides: Frederic Griesbaum, Julia Rostin
- Place/start: Alt-Lübars (bus 222 terminus)
- Directions: Bus 222 from U Alt-Tegel/ S Waidmannslust
- As the number of participants is limited, registration is required: www.langertagderstadtnatur.de
- Registration possible from May 8, 2023