Filipendula vulgaris in the biotope at the Ackermannbogen

Flower rally in the wild heath

Discover the biotope 117
Participants explore the habitat on their own and learn more about the maintenance, conservation and environmental education concept.

Guided tours
Biotop 117
Ackermannbogen e.V./KulturBüro

Biotope 117 a remnant of the gravel plain created by the last ice age still bears witness to Munich's original heath landscape. The 1.3 hectare area has developed into a valuable, nutrient-poor calcareous grassland after being used as a helipad for the Stetten barracks. Since 2004, the Landesbund für Vogelschutz e.V. (LBV) has been taking care of this species-rich heathland vegetation as a leaseholder, which provides a habitat for the protected butterfly Idas blue butterfly.

After the tour, visitors are invited to explore the flower diversity on their own by means of a rally with designated stations. The LBV biotope care team will be available to answer questions about the care of this natural oasis.  

Speakers: Alicia Bilang (StadtNatur, Verein Ackermannbogen e.v.) and Katharina Spannraft (Head of LBV-Biotoppflege)


Biotop 117

Meeting point: access on Petra-Kelly-Straße next to garage Motel One

Petra-Kelly-Str. 4
80797 München



Ackermannbogen e.V./KulturBüro
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This event is free of charge.

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Registration is not required.
Recommended: dress "ant-proof" (closed shoes, long pants, knee-length socks).

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Filipendula vulgaris in the biotope at the Ackermannbogen
Filipendula vulgaris in the biotope at the Ackermannbogen © Konrad Bucher


Ackermannbogen e.V./KulturBüro

The Ackermannbogen e.V. is a non-profit neighborhood association with a focus on neighborhood, environment and culture. The asscociation see itself as a forum for community spirit and civic engagement in one's own living environment. His  vision is to combine individual life with community and to enable a good life for all. So that home is more than just the place where we live.