The Mindelsee in southern Baden-Württemberg, is a post-glacial moorland, which has developed through human management into a diverse mosaic of habitats for a wide variety of species.
Our film about the nature reserve Mindelsee offers breathtaking images of a variety of rare and endangered animal and plant species that feel at home here. Cyprus grass, about 20 orchid species, marsh grasshopper, Adonis dragonfly, tree frog, some bat species, beavers, as well as wading birds and waterfowl find an oasis here.
We are always happy about projects with which we can contribute to the communication of nature conservation and support the BUND Baden-Württemberg to continue the protection of the numerous wetlands and meadows. This film has won several awards at film festivals.