The landscape of Wildes Moor has extensive moor and grassland areas. In the course of the last 35 years, around 200 hectares of the original moorland have been renatured. From a viewing hill you have a wide view over the almost tree-free area. The wild moor is one of the raised bogs. Birds find a varied home in the Wildes Moor. Among the 54 breeding birds are numerous species typical of bog, such as Greylag Goose, Common Teal, Common Crane, Water Rail, Snipe, Common Redshank, Whinchat, European Stonechat and Bluethroat. During migration Whooper Swan, Greater White-fronted Goose and Barnacle Goose as well as Common Crane and numerous waders appear.
A circular route of 6 km leads through this wild moor. Parking near viewing hill. Click on the P in the map to get directions.