32 Services found for "Naturschutz"

Trees on private land

If you want to fell a tree on your property, you need permission from your district office. Continue

Tree felling permit

protected areas online

On the interactive map you will find all of Hamburg's protected areas with aerial views, photos and further information. Continue

Protected area map

Landscape maintenance in Hamburg

Nature conservation compensation for interventions by special funds for nature conservation and landscape conservation Continue

Biotope protection in Hamburg

Hamburg is characterized by a high diversity of habitats for wild plant species and wild animal species. Almost 10% of Hamburg's land area is under nature protection. Continue

Infohaus Duvenstedter Brook (BrookHus)

Would you like more information about the Infohaus Duvenstedter Brook (BrookHus) Continue

The App -Of course Hamburg!-

In informative tours, the free app guides you with your smartphone through nature reserves in Hamburg. Continue

Apply for approval for interventions in nature and landscape

If you want to carry out a project that changes the use or shape of the surrounding area and that can significantly affect the natural environment or the landscape, you usually need an intervention permit. Continue

Infohaus Fischbeker Heide (sheepfold)

Would you like more information about the Fischbeker Heide information center (sheepfold)? Continue

Plant species protection - Plant species register

All flowering and fern plants as well as the mosses, stoneworts and red algae occurring here were mapped to check their occurrence and their risk situation. Red lists and species support programs exist for all of these plant groups. Continue

Stock display reptile passport

International protection of species (CITES) Continue

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