Weltvogel Park
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Weltvogelpark Walsrode (Germany) is the largest bird park in the world and internationally recognized for its breeding and conservation projects. Opened in 1962, this park is home to over 4.000 birds from 600 different species. The park occupies 37 hectares, including areas specifically dedicated to breeding and research facilities, as well as a restaurant, two snack points and different playgrounds. Visitors can take part in the daily feedings of the penguins, pelicans and birds of prey. During the spectacular flight show they go on an exciting journey around the world with the feathered stars.

Its location between Hamburg, Bremen and Hannover, in the Lower Saxony region, and close to other parks in the area (Heide Park -amusement park and resort, the Hannover Zoo and Serengeti Park), places Weltvogelpark among a greater touristic and entertainment destination which attracts a stable and mainly German public..