Attention regarding directions and parking

You have to reckon with the fact that on Sundays and public holidays, in fine weather, the parking lot is very often occupied. If you can't find parking in the available parking spaces, you may not park on the street or in adjacent meadows! You can also park in the village of Ebbs and walk to the zoo.

From experience, the best time to visit the zoo is from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and in the afternoon from 3:30 p.m. At these times, the great rush is over and long waiting times are the least. On many days we are overwhelmed by the enormous response that the Ebbser Zoo receives and want a visit to the zoo to be remembered positively by all and for the operation to run smoothly and safely. For this reason, there may be long queues during peak hours. We ask for your understanding in advance and look forward to your visit.

Offspring 2019


The monkey family is also growing. Three monkey babies were born. Very young animals can be recognized by the almost black fur coloration and by the fact that they are always hanging on the mother or at least near them.


In mid-May, a small rhesus monkey saw the light of day. He is well and his mum, big sister and dad take care of the offspring.


After a long two-year break, the flamingos have brooded again this year. The first chicks have hatched and hopefully more will follow. Flamingos breed in about 30 days. Both parents help with the raising of the boys. The chicks are fed with the so-called goat's milk. Each pair raises only one young bird per year.