Sunday 12 May the roe deer Mille gave birth to two fawns.
A visit to the Bear Park is an experience for the whole family and a unique opportunity to get close to some of the rarest and shyest Nordicanimals.
The park is now open every day from11 am to 5 pm.
The play "Dyrene i Hakkebakkeskogen" returns to Bjørneparken in July and August.
Vi skreddersyr opplegg for barnehager, skoler, bursdagsselskaper, firmaer og andre grupper.
Get a glimpse of what to expect when visiting the park this season.
The Scandinavian Brown Bear is an omnivorous mammal. Its preferred habitat is coniferous forests and wood-clad mountains. It hibernates during the winter.
The Lynx is Scandinavia’s only wildcat. It is found virtually everywhere in Norway but is seldom sighted – it is afraid of humans and can easily conceal itself.
The moose is the largest animal in the deer family and is often referred to as the king of the forest. It can run very quietly through dense woodland at speeds of up to 60 km/h.
The Red Fox is a predator belonging to the canine family, renowned for its litheness and cunning. It uses a combination of still hunt and stalking to capture its quarry.
The Hedgehog is a nocturnal animal during the summer that hibernates in the winter. It protects itself against predators with the help of up to 7,000 strong spines!
The Goat is a popular domestic animal all over the world because it is hardy and able to sustain itself on a meagre diet. It is often referred to as ‘the poor man’s cow’.
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Thon Hotel Bjørneparken is situated 5 minutes from the park, close to the nature, and offers 56 bright and modern rooms and a charming restaurant.
Phone: 32 05 35 10 |
Address: Vassfaret Bjørnepark Drift as
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