At the very start of the Salus Auwald Biotope, between the Mangfall River and the Mangfall Canal, you will find the Zoological Museum. Founded by Otto Greither, it houses the collection of Adolf Peschke on 100 sq. meters of exhibition space. The photographer and bird watcher Adolf Peschke prepared countless animals during decades of work. A visit to the Zoological Museum ties in with the lowland forest and provides a clear picture of the birds and animals of the lowland forest.
The lowland forest (Auwald biotope) and the Zoological Museum complement each other perfectly here and allow visitors to experience a piece of nature in complete harmony. In a close-to-nature setting, you can view German fauna here.