Apr 27, 2011

Buch-Neuerscheinung: Das Zwischenahner Meer

Den Bericht aus der NWZ, zur Buchvorstellung "Bad Zwischenahn und sein Umland" finden Sie hier.

Den Bericht zum Buch aus der Sonntagszeitung finden Sie hier.

Kategorie: General
Erstellt von: BSH

The BSH Library and Bookstore

The BSH library and bookshop has over 13,000 publications on various topics dealing with nature. For example, the topics range from environmental protection, garden arrangements and landscaping, and healthy nutrition. Some of the most informative books cover environmental areas that discuss pollution and erosion, and are in high demand by teachers. The library is located at the following address and is open at the following times:

Gartenweg 5,


8:30 am - 12:30 pm

D-26203 Wardenburg


8:30 am -   4:00 pm

»detailed map


8:30 am - 12:30 pm


Four times a year the BSH newspaper has an issue featuring wildlife art and discussions on various biological topics. Popular areas are alternative energy and recycling, ecological protection, and environmental problems caused by humans. The paper is also for interested amateur scientists and offers subscriptions that are available to science classes and courses. The most exciting aspects are the extensive publications offered throughout the year, dealing with scientific discoveries, special wildlife areas, and biological discussions on ecological preservation.

Membership for BSH

Without the help of active and interested people, our organization would not be possible. This protection program depends on the support that it finds within the general population. This is a good reason for you to call BSH and show your support in the important work of wildlife preservation. For only 2,91 EUR, or $3.50, a month, you could also be a member of our organization. And with your honorary membership we would be extremely happy to include you every year on our various projects and educational programs. Otherwise, you can simply contact our organization for any questions or requests for information concerning the importance of our wildlife areas and the problems facing our environment today. Feel free to contact us at our many locations or visit our detailed website.

Biologische Schutzgemeinschaft Hunte Weser-Ems e.V.

Gartenweg 5
D-26203 Wardenburg
»How do I get to the BSH?
Tel: +49 4407 5111
Fax: +49 4407 6760
E-mail Address: info@bsh-natur.de

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