Zoo with 250 animals in 60 breeds. Mainly old domestic animal breeds threatened with extinction.
It began in 1990 with 2 Merino sheep, followed by Heidschnucken, Jacob sheep, Skudden and Ouessant sheep. In 1993 the petting zoo "Am Storchennest" was founded. A poultry farm was established in 1995. Inspired by a map from 1648, our facility was renamed again in 2000. The "Am BarsSee" zoo is located in Rambow Hof on an area of 2 hectares between Waren and Teterow in Mecklenburg Switzerland on a terminal moraine.
The zoo is home to around 250 animals of 60 species. The focus is on keeping old breeds of domestic animals threatened with extinction. There are animal species here that are as rare as the Siberian tiger. There are sheep, rabbits, turkeys, geese, ducks, chickens and pigeons. These are old breeds that no longer perform according to current standards and are therefore no longer kept. These breeds represent a rare cultural asset that must be preserved.
The range is rounded off with the guinea pigs Cuy (South American giant guinea pigs) and "Swiss Teddy", pheasants, waterfowl, wild fowl and parakeets. The donkeys Emely and Mäxchen are especially happy to welcome children.
The zoo is open all year round. It is advisable to book in advance, as the zoo tries to guide all visitors personally. There is a parking lot in front of the property. Access is via the A 19, exit "Waren". From Waren take the B 108 in the direction of Teterow. At the entrance to Moltzow turn right towards Rambow. Before Rambow turn left to Rambow Hof, after 300 m you will find the zoo at the "Alter Gutshaus".