Only when we let wilderness happen, biodiversity will be preserved.
In the Wilderness Station, visitors can revive their wilderness experiences. It presents the emerging wilderness as a place for diversity. It reveals that the primeval beech trees are our wilderness and the source of our biological diversity. The ancient forest, if untouched by man, provides new chances for those who inhabit the wood and its cavities. Keystone species such as the black and middle-spotted woodpecker and the stock pigeon demonstrate that the Dämmerwald is already in a good condition.