Ice skaters, swamp bird & Sanderling: wetland along the Inns of Germany at the Inn (tvo). On the lower Inn European reservation, nature has wings: round 800 butterfly species fluttering here in the summer through the skies. Also, including rare species such as the Marsh runners, Sanderling, or little egret use the wetland around the Inn as a breeding ground and resting place, around 300 species of birds. Especially in the spring and fall, at the time of the bird trains make tens of thousands of birds in the reserve of the European station. The area along the Inn because of its lush vegetation is considered ecological showcase.
In addition to native species such as milkweed, Blue Sage meadows or the elegant mullein, rare orchid species thrive. A newly designed brochure informs both the environmental and the cultural attractions of the European reserve. Available for free is 08561 / 20268 or, in the upper-Bavarian Austrian Information Centre Europe reserve lower Inn, at the tourist office in the Rottal-Inn District Office phone Inn plant str. 15, 94140 ering, Tel. 08573 / 1360, 08573 / 969 560, fax,. “Our tip of the month: the trick in the Church of St. Lawrence Neualbenreuth: the altar wall is a so-called aperture altar from the Baroque period which means that he is not real”, but an altarpiece that was painted on the wall. Another oddity in Neualbenreuth: between 1596 and 1864 the nationality of the inhabitants moved annually at the Laurentiustag, where both people of Eger and Waldsassen, from within and beyond the border, lived. The main attraction today is the Sibylle bath with its radon source and Hammam. Information:.