Wild horses help our landscape conservation efforts. They graze on a total of 158 hectares of land near Hanau and in Aschaffenburg, providing environmental sustainability by ensuring that the land does not become overgrown. In this way, the habitat of many plant and animal species is preserved.
By protecting the biotopes, we compensate for environmental readjustments that often cannot be avoided, for instance during the construction of a new tunnel between Aschaffenburg and Würzburg.
The wild horses live in a nature area near Aschaffenburg.
The horses help us to make sure that the areas do not overgrow.
Offspring at the Przewalski wild horses in the Nature Park Aschaffenburg.
The wild horses supports the Deutsche Bahn with the landscape conservation.
The Przewalski wild horses live in the Nature Park Aschaffenburg.
Now, two foals complement the herd of Przewalski's wild horses in the Nature Park.