Those of you who walk calmly and attentively through the forest have the chance to observe larger, diurnal forest dwellers. Sounds and noises tell you in which direction to look. Even if the animals run away, they will soon stop and check whether there really is any danger.
Animals in the forest
A roebuck with two female roe deer, secure in a meadow.
A young boar (a squeaker) learns to find food from its mother.
A fox roams the area in search of mice.
Squirrels love nuts, beech nuts, and acorns.
Eyes and ears open! It is not difficult to observe animals in the forest. However, they don’t like noise. But, those of you who are quiet and have a little patience will be rewarded. Give it a try! There are traces everywhere. With binoculars and a seat cushion, watching is much more fun. Sometimes you can even smell the animals – especially wild boars.
You can often find the tracks of forest animals.But also places where they ate or used as a toilet.
The next station is waiting for you.