The Eifel National Park offers special habitats for many plants, animals and fungi. These habitats are characterised by natural deciduous forests, species-rich meadows, jagged rocks, small streams and large lakes!
Researchers have already identified over 10,000 different plant and animal species here and have added them to the digital list of species. Over 2,000 of these species are on the Red List. This means that they are endangered or threatened with extinction. These plants and animals are dependent on the living conditions in the conservation area!
Find out more about the National Park habitat over the following pages.