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Bayerischer Wald, Germany



cover photo by Gianni Aggravi  


Location added by Alessio Di Leo


 The information about this location have been automatically translated with Microsoft Translator.

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Coordinates : 48.891358,13.489723 (Open in Google Maps)

Subjects : Wolves, lynx, bears, deer, wild boars, martens, bison, horse przewalski, grouse, grouse, owl and other birds under controlled conditions. Woodpeckers, chickadees, finches, nutcrackers, squirrels, deer, fox and other freely.

Recommended equipment : For animals under controlled conditions sufficient telephoto lenses with focal lengths of between 300mm and 400mm. Dressing in onion not to suffer cold or hot. In winter there is snow almost always so hats, gloves and hand warmer is better to have them back. A good pair of sneakers enough to enjoy the trails within the park.

Best months : And 'possible to have good photographic opportunities throughout the year you can photograph. The best seasons are undoubtedly the autumn colors of the forest and the winter to portray animals in the snow.

How to get there : From Forlì are more or less than eight hours of travel. The easiest way for me is to make the highway to Monaco, take direction Deggendorf, Passau and then. Esco Grafenau where I usually stay. You can also do a shorter way to level kilometrico, but what I do is highway sliding, while the roads are narrower and sometimes slightly tortuous highway is free so do not spend anything more than the highway, however, you go stronger and get up a little power consumption. On the highway, very often there are no limits while on the streets is easy to find many trucks that exceed it takes a quite a while. Beware of unmarked police cars which are very numerous on German roads. There is no public transport to get to the park.

Visits : Admission is free since it is a national park in the largest forest in Europe. Only the parking is free of charge.

Notes : The place is gorgeous. Together with the national park Sumava in the Czech Republic, is the largest national park in Europe. Declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, there are approximately 200km of trails in the midst of beech and fir, interspersed with areas of European taiga. For wildlife there are turrets of wood: However, make sure the place is not a zoo. You can also risking to see little or nothing. For this reason many are waiting in front of the observation points, which arrives at the right time. It can come in handy a tripod to hold the lens mounted \ camera without straining your arms. The only downsides are the aviaries: always too small and sad. There is a kiosk / bar that offers little or nothing to eat and it is not always open. The park information center also offers gadgets and maps, all mostly in German. The nearest town is Neuschonau but there is hardly anything to pass the time. Grafenau offers some cafe, and Passau is a town much larger and nice: there are restaurants and cafes and a historic center with a pedestrian area. Passau is the farthest among the three. The TIER II Freigelande is another park built more recently and loses the magic atmosphere of the woods: in fact we find a much more bright and dedicated facilities to receive tourists. And 'this a very big welcome center inside the park, with a food court with a cafeteria and a gift shop, and all the interesting material is once again strictly in German while the shop has prices very high. Parking is free of charge. Compared to Tier-I Freigelande there are far fewer animals and the path is illuminated artificially from lampposts in the park is virtually impossible to see wild animals because of the number of the many visitors that are grouped in only 2.5 km trail. The fences are much brighter than the Freigelande Tier-I and this is good for those who come here to photograph: you can have fast times just enough to block the action even when using low ISO, unless the time is just disastrous. In this park in general animals are more visible and is much easier to see the wolves thanks to a convenient covered bridge that crosses the fence and watchtower.


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