Unterer Inn European Nature Reserve is a border-crossing nature reserve between Germany and Austria. Lush vegetation thrives here along the river Inn: silt banks, reed banks, pasture-covered islands and untouched riparian forests. Around 300 species of birds use the wetlands around the Inn as a breeding ground and resting place. It is the extensive food supply that attracts the birds. Especially in spring and autumn, during the bird migration, you can admire many birds. The observation point near Minaberg is well known because of the breeding Black-crowned Night-Heron you can see here often. The observation point gives views over the river, islands, reeds and near-natural riparian forest vegetation. Other birds you can see here are Purple Heron, Great Egret, Goosander and Black Woodpecker. Also a good spot for waders during migration. Sometimes you can see Grey Partridge in the fields.
To reach the Minaberg observation platform drive through the village of Reichersberg to Minaberg. You have to park where the road is blocked for cars (see the P on the map). Follow the path 700 m northwest along the edge of the slope. After a few bends you reach the observation platform, 30 m behind a covered picnic area.