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Bayerischer Wald National Park

Award date: 19.06.86
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Bayerischer Wald National Park

On the border between Germany and Czech Republic, on the southern side of the granite and gneiss bedrock of the Šumava mountains, lies the largest contiguous woodland scenery in Central Europe of which the highest point is Rachel peak (1453 m). It comprises forests close to natural state, peatlands, water courses and secondary grasslands. The main intention of this National Park is to retain an extensively forested, characteristically Central European low mountain range, with its native animal and plant communities, in particular their natural and nearly-natural forest eco-systems, to maintain the effectiveness of the natural environmental energy and the undisturbed dynamics of its community of life.

 

For information:

Nationalparkverwaltung Bayerischer Wald
Freyungerstr. 2
D-94481 Grafenau

http://www.nationalpark-bayerischer-wald.de/

EUNIS factsheet

 

Application file
SN-ZP(84)26
Resolutions Available here
Experts reports following SN-ZP(85)37
PE-S-ZP(91)34
PE-S-ZP(96)48
PE-S-DE(2001)9
PE-S-DE(2006)2
T-PVS/DE(2011)07
T-PVS/DE(2015)08
Other reports  
2013 annual report 29/11/2013
2014 annual report 08/02/2015
2015 annual report 20/11/2015
2016 annual report No report received
2017 annual report 28/11/2017
2018 annual report 07/12/2018
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