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Nature outside the Lodge

Nature outside the Lodge

Nature outside the Lodge
Nature outside the Lodge

The nearby Neusiedler See – Seewinkel National Park, but also the area around the St. Martins Therme & Lodge is the habitat to many animals and plants. A kestrel immediately moved into a nesting aid, but the black redstart and the tree sparrow also feel happy here. Lapwings breed in the surrounding meadows and farmland and in the summer you can hear the melodic songs of the oriole coming from the nearby copse. With a bit of luck you will also hear the beating of the quail.

The brookweed is a particular botanical rarity, which can be found around St. Martins Lake. Its leaf rosettes look a little like lamb's lettuce. Its whitish blossoms are small and plain and remind you of primroses. At the beginning of the summer, the blue spires of the echium start to bloom, which the bumblebees love.

The privet hawk moth, a thermophilic moth species, lays its eggs in the privet hedge, and its striking yellow-green caterpillars can be found in the summer. They cause no harm, however, because these caterpillars are quite rare.




If you have any question or would like more information about our safaris, please contact our team of rangers on +43 2172 20500 671 or send an email to naturerlebnis@stmartins.at.

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