The area is characterized by the enormous density of Skylark . Numbers are changing but for most of the year you almost stumble over them and they are not shy at all - as aren't the other regular breeding species Corn Bunting, Red-backed Shrike, Northern Wheatear, European Goldfinch or Common Nightingale. The area is a very popular public park and can get overcrowded during daytime so the best time for birding is early in the morning.
During migration time, common visitors are European Stonechat, Whinchat, Meadow Pipit and Reed Bunting. Less frequently, but regularly observed are Woodcock, Short-eared Owl or Wood Lark. Also Wryneck and Tawny Pipit are recorded yearly, mainly in August.
Keep your eyes open for overflying raptors and waders of all kind (there are single records of Eurasian Curlew, European Golden-Plover, Red-footed Falcon, Rough-legged Buzzard, Hen Harrier and so on)!
As located within a very urban and densely populated area the park has good connections via urban transportation with bus and metro from several directions. There is U-Bahn in the east (U8 Boddinstraße or Leinestraße) and west (U6 Paradestraße or Tempelhof), S-Bahn in the southwest (S 41/42 Tempelhof) and bus in the north (line 104, stopps "Golßener Str." or "Friedhöfe Columbiadamm").
The "Feld" is well accessible by foot and by bike. Be aware of the opening and closing time (approx. sunrise to sunset)!