Bavarian forestry station ('Forsthaus') Falkenau in Küblach is the professional base and home of the town's forester, whose job proves crucial for conservation but also for safety, local ...
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Stefan and Gammerdinger worry about roadkill, such as another wild boar on the nature reserve access road, where Konstantin Grandl injures his arm racing in his sports-car. The mayor is reluctant to ...
Stefan's staff must map and fight a plague of beetles, but a grumpy farmer misuses the traps. While Daniel is on model behavior, his brat sister Jenny exhausts Stefan's patience by letting her grades...
Bavarian forestry station ('Forsthaus') Falkenau in Küblach is the professional base and home of the town's forester, whose job proves crucial for conservation but also for safety, local economy and even social cohesion. Later Falkenau is moved to another Bavarian forest town, Störing, where forester Stefan Leitner also sets up a nature reserve.Written by
In Germany they are called 'Förster' here in the states we call them 'Rangers', and a 'Forsthaus' would be a Ranger Station. Hence, Forsthaus Falkenau or, roughly translated "Ranger Station Falconfield" is just that: a TV show about a Ranger and his job/friends/family in the Black Woods of Germany, complete with all the snowstorms, wild wolves, lost deers and poachers the writers could come up with.
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