Since a few weeks a group of blackbucks is living in the Hochwildschutzpark Hunsrück. Their new home is between the raccoons and the highland cattle. Blackbucks used to be a widespread and common antelope species in India. However, because of their beauty, they were strongly hunted. These days, however, populations are no longer considered endangered.
It’s time again … with the arctic wolves there is offspring!
There are two puppies, or more? From the wolf viewing platform you have a great overview and with a little luck you can catch a glimpse of the puppies.
And in about two weeks we will know exactly how many there are. Then when the puppies do their first bigger rounds.
The young Asian small-clowed otters Noah and Nixe enjoy the warm spring days in the Hochwildschutzpark for extensive romping around in the fun pool.
Asian small-clowed otters are very social and have a great play instinct. Above all, the animals are day and dawn-active and live exclusively on the shores of waters.
Recently, a white buck has moved into the fallow deer enclosure. At the pronounced blade formation in the antlers it is immediately clearly identified as fallow deer.
“Mungo Tom” makes giant leaps out of sheer joy and everyone is happy with the great panorama windows … The construction site is inspected and the rocks as a vantage point