Springe Bison Reserve

in the tourist region of Hannover


Wisente mit Kalb im Wisentgehege Springe
© Hennig Wisentgehege

The 90-hectare Springe Bison Reserve (Wisentgehege Springe) is home to 100 different species of wild animal, thus ensuring the preservation of a fascinating variety of species: from native wisents and Przewalski horses, magnificent brown bears and elegant otters to mystical wolves.
Enjoy unforgettable moments along the 6 km long circular trail.

Highlights of the Springe Bison Reserve

Experience flight demonstrations on the Falkenhof daily, except Mondays.
From April through October the birds fly at 11.30 a.m. and 3 p.m., and in March and November at 2 p.m. In December, January and February the birds take a winter flight break.
Timber and Arctic wolf presentations. Visit the father of wolves Matthias Vogelsang at the new wolf compound and find out all you need to know about rearing wolves, their development and living with the wolves here in the Bison Reserve. Presentations will be held daily (except Mondays) at 3.45 p.m. from April through October, at 2.45 p.m. in November and March, and on Saturdays and Sundays at 2.30 p.m. in December, January and February. Presentations will be held sporadically on weekdays during the three winter months. Information can be obtained daily at the entrance.


Niedersächsisches Forstamt Saupark

Jagdschloss, 31832 Springe

Phone: +49 (0) 5041 / 94680
Fax: +49 (0) 5041 / 946855


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