Goor-Muglitz Nature Reserve
The nature reserve Goor - Muglitz is a 157 hectare nature reserve in Mecklenburg- Vorpommern on the north shore of the Bay of Greifswald. The protected status was made on 12 September 1990 as part of the foundation of Rügen Biosphere Reserve. Protection objective of the two-part nature reserve is one hand, the preservation and the development of a deciduous woodland with mature trees in the Goor and receipt of Freetzer lowlands and on the other hand the protection of a wooded escarpment at Muglitz, interspersed with wild fruit. The areas are under protection zone 2 ( buffer zone ) of the biosphere reserve. The rocky shallow areas of the bay are also within the area.
Nearby Cities are Lauterbach in the west and in the north Freetz.
The field condition is rated as good overall as develop the land largely undisturbed. However, interventions from the past to mitigate such afforestation with conifers in some areas and the drainage of the Freetzer lowlands.
Parts of the land are owned by the Foundation for the Environment and Nature Conservation MV as well as the Michael Succow Foundation.
Under EU law, the nature reserve is part of the FFH area Coastline Southeast Rügen. Stepping on the surfaces is possible at several public roads. From the Succow Foundation a nature trail has been established.
The Goor created during the last ice age. The sandy soils indicate a Kames. Adjoining the day up to 36 meters high Goor east Freetzer the lowland, which is located in a beautiful post Grundmoränenfläche and swampy with a flow Moor. The peat depth reached up to two meters, but decreased by drainage of the past 150 years. The hill grave north of Lauterbach and the megalithic tombs at Lonvitz occupy the human settlement since the Neolithic period. The name Goor is of Slavic origin and refers to the hillside. The Swedish Matrikelkarte from 1696 shows the Goor as wooded with oaks and beeches. An area in the north was used to afforestation in the 19th century as arable. By 1818, completed bathhouse in the west the land was regarded as a recreation area. This type of use has been intensified by the construction of a children's summer camp in GDR times. The buildings were demolished in 2009.
Plant and animal world
The Moränenkliff the Goor is planted with forest, which is mainly determined by beech, aspen, common oak, hornbeam and black locust. Inland can be found in sinks small-area swamp forests with birch and peat moss. The former arable land has been reforested with spruce, larch, Douglas fir and poplar.
The Freetzer lowlands cover reed beds with Wasserdost, Real angelica, marsh lousewort, sedge, marsh Heart Journal and other types mesotrophic wet meadows.
In subdivision Muglitz falter woody plants, such as wild pear and wild apple, on the Moränenkliffs together with ash, pine, common oak, rowan, euonymus, viburnum and elderberry.
At the cliff incubates the sand martin. More emphasize values breeding birds breasted Flycatcher, Tawny Owl and quail.