Authority for the Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture

Protected areas and landscape management

In Hamburg, more than nine percent of the entire city area is designated as a nature reserve. You can visit more than 30 individual areas in the most diverse habitats in Hamburg.

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Nature conservation has various options for placing certain habitats under protection. The nature reserve is certainly the best-known protected area. In addition, there are landscape protection areas, natural monuments and, according to European regulations, bird protection areas and fauna-flora habitat areas, also known as FFH areas. The two European protection categories are also referred to as Natura 2000 areas.

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Authority for the Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture
Nature Conservation
Neuenfelder Straße 19 21109 Hamburg

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We have a limited number of customer parking spaces. To reserve a parking space, please contact our receptionist by e-mail at or by telephone on +49 40 428 40 - 50 50. Our working hours are: Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m , Friday from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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S3/S31 Wilhelmsburg, Bus 13/151/152/154/156//155/252 Inselpark

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