Grafenberg Wildpark (Deer Sanctuary)
Grafenberg Wildpark (Deer Sanctuary) Dusseldorf Reviews
Grafenberg Wildpark (Deer Sanctuary) May 02, 2011
I got a new zoom lens and im so excited to use it, and the better way to test it is by shooting wildlife! So i packed my bag and camera and headed into the hills and forest north of düsseldorf - which is a borough called "grafenberg".
inside the forest is a wild park with a deer sanctuary where you can feed the deers but only restricted feeds - like carrots/celery and some vegetables that they can easily digest.
the park was etablished in 1927 and was closed in the second world war but since then, the park grew larger and housed several species of birds and insects but the largest animal population are the red and roe deers which are common in europe.
i recommend this park because of the fun feeding the deers it is accesible by public transportation from the central station, the old town and the inner city!
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