North West Germany National Parks Map - National parks here include the coastal Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park, Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park and the National Park Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea. Shown on this map:
The Wadden Sea is the shallow water ecosystems between the coast of northwestern continental Europe and the Frisian Islands, stretching for about 500 km, from Den Helder in the Netherlands to the northern boundary, located north of Esbjerg in Denmark. All three of the Wadden Sea parks and other parks within this region, from The Netherlands to Germany, have been designated a United Nations World Heritage Site.
The parks along the coast protect the native heathlands, dunes, flora and fauna of the Wadden Sea eco-region and hold some fascinating sights of the stunning wild coastal scenery, abundant birdlife and flora.
Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park - Abundant birdlife, both local and that of migratory birds and some 2000 native animals species are found here, making it the richest bird area in Europe. The park has now also designated as a biosphere reserve.
Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park is germany’s largest national park, much of it underwater and also home to many birds. Abundant seals and porpoises also inhabit the area in large numbers. At the Aukrug Nature Park there are plenty of hiking and riding trails, rivers, lakes, ponds, parklands and forests.
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Description: North West Germany National Parks and Reserves - Click to Zoom Out.
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