With a “Shaft Day” on the Tempelhofer Feld on Saturday, the Senate's environmental administration pointed out the importance of keeping these animals on the area.
Around 80 Scuddle sheep have been living permanently on Tempelhofer Feld since 2019.
The five-year pilot project is intended to protect the flora and fauna of the huge area in the middle of the capital, which are described as unique.
Berlin - The project is accompanied by nature conservation monitoring.
At house 104 at the northeast end of the former airfield, shepherd Frank Wasem presented the herd and was available for information.
Many children were particularly interested in the animals.
Information was provided about the course of grazing on the Tempelhofer Feld, the wool status of the sheep with products made from it or the claw cut on the animals.