Bird Observation Towers by Rambower Moor

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The biodiverse wetland meadows of Rambower Moor, which covers around 450 hectares, are the result of the extensive mowing and grazing in recent centuries. In the centre of the moor lies Lake Rambower See, surrounded by a wide reed zone, which is the largest of several residual water areas on the moor. In the late autumn and spring, the mostly flat water is used by around 4,000 to a maximum of 7,000 cranes as a roosting place. In addition, other bird species can also be found there, such as snipe, bearded reedlings, grasshopper warblers and river warblers. The maintenance of Rambower Moor is supported by an EU Life Project.
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  • Kraniche über dem Rambower Moor, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
  • Weite Landschaft des Rambower Moors, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
  • Blick vom Beobachtungsturm auf das Rambower Moor, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
  • Vogelbeobachtungsturm bei Rambow im Rambower Moor, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
Tip: The cranes can be observed particularly well shortly before sunset, as they fly home

How to get there:

On the A24, take the Putlitz exit (17). In Putlitz, drive towards Karstädt and on to Postlin. There, follow Dargardter Strasse towards Lenzen. Rambow is between Karstädt and Lenzen. Tower A is to the south of the village of Rambow. To reach Tower B, drive via Boberow, and in the town take the road towards Nausdorf by the church.

GPS:
  • Tower A: 53° 8‘ 46.19“ N | 11° 34‘ 51.70“ E
  • Tower B: 53° 8‘ 22.32“ N | 11° 36‘ 2.49“ E

Further information and guided tours:

Elbtalaue nature conservation station

Rühstädt nature conservation station
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The biodiverse wetland meadows of Rambower Moor, which covers around 450 hectares, are the result of the extensive mowing and grazing in recent centuries. In the centre of the moor lies Lake Rambower See, surrounded by a wide reed zone, which is the largest of several residual water areas on the moor. In the late autumn and spring, the mostly flat water is used by around 4,000 to a maximum of 7,000 cranes as a roosting place. In addition, other bird species can also be found there, such as snipe, bearded reedlings, grasshopper warblers and river warblers. The maintenance of Rambower Moor is supported by an EU Life Project.
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  • Kraniche über dem Rambower Moor, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
  • Weite Landschaft des Rambower Moors, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
  • Blick vom Beobachtungsturm auf das Rambower Moor, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ScottyScout
Tip: The cranes can be observed particularly well shortly before sunset, as they fly home

How to get there:

On the A24, take the Putlitz exit (17). In Putlitz, drive towards Karstädt and on to Postlin. There, follow Dargardter Strasse towards Lenzen. Rambow is between Karstädt and Lenzen. Tower A is to the south of the village of Rambow. To reach Tower B, drive via Boberow, and in the town take the road towards Nausdorf by the church.

GPS:
  • Tower A: 53° 8‘ 46.19“ N | 11° 34‘ 51.70“ E
  • Tower B: 53° 8‘ 22.32“ N | 11° 36‘ 2.49“ E

Further information and guided tours:

Elbtalaue nature conservation station

Rühstädt nature conservation station
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19309 Lenzen (Elbe) OT Rambow

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Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.

Großer Markt 4
19348 Perleberg

Tel.: +49 (0) 3876-30741920
Fax: +49 (0) 3876-30741929

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