The Bingenheimer Ried is an important marsh and wetland area and an important migration and resting area for migratory birds and winter guests. It is also home to rare breeding birds such as Northern Lapwing, Common Snipe and Northern Pintail. The reed is also a particularly suitable habitat for Bluethroat, Reed Bunting, Sedge Warbler and Great Reed Warbler and other animals such as amphibians or dragonflies. See the extendend birdlist below for more interesting birds that you can see here.
Arriving by car or train. Signposted parking lot in Bingenheim. There are two bird hides. One to the east and one to the west.
Terrain and HabitatWetland, Plain, Grassland, Reedbeds, Agriculture
ConditionsFlat, Open landscape
Is a telescope useful?No
Good birding seasonAll year round
Best time to visitSpring, Spring migration
Difficulty walking trailEasy
Accessible byFoot, Bicycle, Car, Wheelchair
Birdwatching hide / platformYes
To protect the common garlic toad and the like, an amphibian fence was set up along the road so that the amphibians can wander between Pfaffensee and Ried without being run over.