Relaxing among adder, kingfisher and co.

Discover the flora and fauna of the Mühltal valley

The flora and fauna of the Mühltal is diverse. The natural stream valley of the Raudabach is embedded in an idyllic coniferous and mixed forest. In the side valleys species-rich ferns, mosses and lichens can be discovered. Among other things, the rare ostrich fern occurs along the Rauda.

The flora and fauna of the Mühltal is diverse. The natural stream valley of the Raudabach is embedded in an idyllic coniferous and mixed forest. In the side valleys species-rich ferns, mosses and lichens can be discovered. Among others, the rare ostrich fern can be found along the Rauda.

Also in the animal kingdom the most different species can be observed. For example, the water shrew lives in the Rauda and the damselfly can be found in certain areas.

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Tip: Don't forget binoculars
The numerous animal species in the Mühltal invite you to listen, search and pause. Go on a journey of discovery and observe the animal and plant world. Please stay on the marked paths.

Fish occurrence

  • Rainbow trout
  • minnows and sticklebacks

Bird species

  • The rare dipper breeds throughout the stream valley.
  • Mountain wagtail, pied wagtail, willow tit, marsh tit, garden and wood creeper, wren, great spotted woodpecker, green and gray woodpecker, black and lesser spotted woodpeckerand many other species.

Reptiles

  • adder, grass snake, rare smooth snake, fence lizard, wood lizard

Amphibians

  • grass frog, tree frog, small water frog, common toad, pond, mountain and great crested newt

Mammals

  • mainly wild boar, fallow deer, roe deer, fox, badger, pine marten, stoat, weasel and various species of mice

Butterflies

  • Schiller butterfly, tree white butterfly and kingfisher