Many of the bird species in the Weidmoos
need an open landscape with areas of wetland and standing
water. Specific action had to be taken to conserve these
landscape elements in the Weidmoos for the future or,
in some cases, to recreate them.
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- It was necessary to acquire
some areas of land and rights of use before
the planned biotope management measures could be implemented.
- The existing management plan has
been used as a basis for drawing up detailed
plans for the construction measures to be
- The closure of drainage
ditches and the construction of dams
helped to prevent the area drying out and degenerating
- Environmental surveys
and monitoring programs provided information
on which decisions could be based and enabled the
success of management interventions to be evaluated.
- Facilities for visitors
now enable people to experience the Weidmoos without
disturbing its sensitive equilibrium.
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