A dream come true
The park is constantly trying to keep the facility up and to the ground and invest annually in the renovation and improvement of the entire facility. In the middle of the year, owl and porcupine were able to move into their new facility.
In winter, some old buildings and aviaries are demolished without replacement. Road renovations and fence renovations are part of the annual routine anyway.
In winter, the plant was rebuilt for the nasal bears, the large Koiteich was dredged and the shore was fortified. In addition, a visitor's walkway is built. In mid-2017, the enclosure for meerkats was completed. And the signage throughout the park is renewed in an attractive and informative way.
In winter, the place of residence with the Berber monkeys was redesigned. A climbing forest for the children, resting places for a short rest and a snack and drinks vending machine for the hunger/thirst of in between were realized.
The new building of a turtle house was realized. The visitor's path has been extended and some bottlenecks have been defused. The Berber monkeys also got a new shelter for bad weather.
The rhesus monkeys receive a large new enclosure flooded with light. A walk-in facility for nimmersatt storks, guinea fowl and crown cranes is being built. The complex of rosa flamingos is also being redesigned.
Various refurbishment works, e.g. at the children's farm and at the kiosk.
It was started to gradually renovate the aviaries adjacent to the main house. The plant for the Varis was built. A new facility was built for small parrots. To make visitors feel even more comfortable, the terrace at the entrance was embellished.
Will the large bird of prey facility be adapted and a spacious sanitary facility with disabled and child-friendly equipment will be built. At the same time, the veterinary practice and a dry fodder storage facility are integrated into this structure.
The plant of Indian dwarf otters will be rebuilt.
With January, the zoo will be sold to Marion Mayr and Rudi Otto.
The enclosures of the Berber monkeys, the nasal bears and the observation bridge at the Koiteich are being redesigned.
The zoo has been officially recognised on the basis of EU guidelines for zoos.
The zoo is now scientifically managed.
The park opens its doors to the public for the first time in May.
Erich Eberl begins with the construction of the first aviaries.