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Fohlenhof & Animal encounters

Encounter animals up close in Kufsteinerland

He stands proudly in the middle of the meadow. His legs almost disappear in the tall grass. He moves his head slowly and majestically. Rocks his antlers back and forth a few times before starting to run toward the trees. Animal encounters in Kufsteinerland. The Tyrolean Forests surrounding the fortress city and the eight picturesque villages are full of wild animals. Watching them requires patience. Or you can visit one of the wildlife parks in Kufsteinerland. Fallow deer enclosure Bad Häring. Wildbichl Wildlife Park. An exotic animal world at the foot of the Zahmer Kaiser fascinates at the rare species zoo Ebbs. Beauty and grace await visitors to the world Haflinger centre at the Stud Farm Ebbs, with the unique Tyrolean Haflinger horses.

Haflinger stud farm Ebbs

Haflinger stud farm Ebbs
Haflinger stud farm Ebbs

The stud farm Ebbs is the oldest Haflinger stud in the world, and centre of international Haflinger breeding. Over 100 Tyrolean Haflingers - from mares, fillies and colts to the famous breeding stallions - live at the world-famous stud farm.

Rare Species Zoo Ebbs

Rare Species Zoo Ebbs
Rare Species Zoo Ebbs

It has over 500 animals of 70 different species. Amongst them are some very rare and endangered species. From a giant kangaroo to a pot-belly pig. Some of the animals move freely around the 25,000 square metres of the site.

Wildbichl Wildlife Park

Wildbichl Wildlife Park
Wildbichl Wildlife Park

Red deer. Lynx. Ibex. Chamois. Wild boars. Moufflons. Owls. Primarily native species in their natural surroundings, in an area of 80,000 square meters.

Fallow deer enclosure Bad Häring

Fallow deer enclosure Bad Häring
Fallow deer enclosure Bad Häring

Around 60 animals currently live in the 2.5 ha fallow deer park. The "old men" of the extended family show their impressive antlers. In spring the young fawns frolic around the meadow. Panels provide information about the characteristics and distribution of the species.

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