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Nature reserve with extensive fishponds and NABU Naturerlebniszentrum, a small landscape park with nature trails, visitor centre, exhibitions and more.
Blumberger Mühle nature reserve has a NABU-Naturerlebniszentrum with a visitor centre, exhibitions, a restaurant and more. Behind it, there is a small park with nature trails, gardens, small reed ponds, a playground and hides overlooking the fishponds. There is also an outdoor enclosure with European Pond Turtles.
The fishponds are a good place to see ducks, waders in autumn, especially European Golden Plover and White-tailed Eagle can often be seen year-round. Common Crane roost on the fishponds in autumn. In summer, Black Stork often visits the fishponds and a high number of Little Grebe breed here. In winter it is a good place to see Bewick's Swan among the many Whooper Swan.
The area around the visitor centre has many species of gardens and open landscapes to offer: several warbler species, Common Nightingale and sometimes also Thrush Nightingale, or Red-backed Shrike and Linnet. The Blumberger Mühle also hosts a breeding pair of Grey Wagtail. Further common species are Common Kingfisher, Great Egret and White Wagtail.
You can get there easily by public transport. Take the train to Angermünde (hourly from Berlin) and from there you can either cycle (4 km) or take the shuttle "BiberBus" which operates from April to Oktober. Arriving by car, follow the signposts "Blumberger Mühle" via Angermünde. There are car parks (see P on map) and a caravan park. Click P on the map to get directions.
NABU-Naturerlebniszentrum (visitor centre & nature trails). Opening times: Open from April to October 10am – 6pm daily. Open from November to March 10am – 4pm daily. Entrance charges: Free entrance for NABU members. Adults € 4, Reduced € 3, Children € 1, Families € 7. Please check the website for latest news and current situation on site.