Herzberg Wildlife Park

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A wildlife park with interesting animal species, an old tree population and several ponds is to be found in a park-like area on the edge of the town of Herzberg. In the midst of this green oasis, anyone suffering from stress, children or adults, is guaranteed to find a haven of rest in which to chill out and unwind from everyday life. There is something to be discovered here at any time of year. Grochwitz Palace is also located within the grounds of the park.
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  • Eingang Tierpark, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Esel, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Diamanttäubchen, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Nerz, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Känguru, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Schweine, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Damwild, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
In addition to many animal species, such as white-handed gibbons, Silkie chickens, Bactrian camels, and mouflons, the wildlife park is also home to the deer that plays an important role in the history of the town and is also reflected on the coat of arms of the town of Herzberg.

The history of the wildlife park

In the early 1970s, a Herzberg citizen kept sheep along with dwarf rabbits on his property on the Kaxdorfer Weg. The sight of these animals was greatly enjoyed by many walkers and children. By contrast, the local residents were disturbed by the smell and odour of the animals, and the complaints led to the city banning the enclosure and providing the resident with an area within Grochwitz Park. More and more animals were added, including ponies, guinea pigs and ornamental birds, and the locals became interested once again in the animals. Local companies and citizens supported the Town Council by helping with the construction or donating animals. In 1992, the former Estate Park was re-designed as a landscape park through a citizens’ initiative. Enclosures were moved and Hoyerswerda Zoo started providing technical support and transferring other species of animal.
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A wildlife park with interesting animal species, an old tree population and several ponds is to be found in a park-like area on the edge of the town of Herzberg. In the midst of this green oasis, anyone suffering from stress, children or adults, is guaranteed to find a haven of rest in which to chill out and unwind from everyday life. There is something to be discovered here at any time of year. Grochwitz Palace is also located within the grounds of the park.
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  • Eingang Tierpark, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Esel, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Diamanttäubchen, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Nerz, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Känguru, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
  • Schweine, Foto: Tierpark Herzberg, Lizenz: Tierpark Herzberg
In addition to many animal species, such as white-handed gibbons, Silkie chickens, Bactrian camels, and mouflons, the wildlife park is also home to the deer that plays an important role in the history of the town and is also reflected on the coat of arms of the town of Herzberg.

The history of the wildlife park

In the early 1970s, a Herzberg citizen kept sheep along with dwarf rabbits on his property on the Kaxdorfer Weg. The sight of these animals was greatly enjoyed by many walkers and children. By contrast, the local residents were disturbed by the smell and odour of the animals, and the complaints led to the city banning the enclosure and providing the resident with an area within Grochwitz Park. More and more animals were added, including ponies, guinea pigs and ornamental birds, and the locals became interested once again in the animals. Local companies and citizens supported the Town Council by helping with the construction or donating animals. In 1992, the former Estate Park was re-designed as a landscape park through a citizens’ initiative. Enclosures were moved and Hoyerswerda Zoo started providing technical support and transferring other species of animal.
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An den Teichen 17a

04916 Herzberg (Elster)

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03253 Doberlug-Kirchhain

Tel.: +49 (0) 35322-6888516
Fax: +49 (0) 35322-6888518

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