BiB-Bilder  Edgar G. Biehle about me : 



Born in 1957, I was fascinated as a child by nature and wildlife. At age of 8 years I got my first Kodak film camera. While my classmates were on the football field, I strolled through the nearby woods and fields and make pictures of red-colored beetles and other animals which I just got in front of my camera. Football games however, I was never interested, rather I was fascinated by the stories of "Hermann Löns". In school, I took a place in a photo - society. Unfortunately, with the beginning of my professional life, my hobby moved in the background which I regret later very much.

Working as a nature and wildlifephotographer has always been my dream, but unfortunately it would take 35 years, before I could realize this. The  increasing destruction of our living space and my love of nature have to be moved  me to start with photographing again. End of 2009, I have therefore decided to put my professional work in the background and out of my former hobby became a mission. Now, I am many hours on the way in Nature with the camera and my Gordon Setter dog “Ronja”, where I record my impressions and encounters with wild animals in the picture.

With my pictures I would like to contribute, to preserve the view of the people to protect the beauty of nature and wildlife and deal respectfully with her. I am always looking for sponsors who support me in my work and give me the opportunity, to observe and photograph wild animals in their natural habitats. 
I would be delighted to hear from you.


Sincerely yours

Edgar G. Biehle






With multicopter on fawn search

It is still early on this Saturday morning, the sun is just rising and the moisture of the night is still rising from the meadow. Despite this early hour, there is already a lot of activity on the small hay mountain. My friend, the farmer Roland and I are there, when the deer rescue Hegau-Bodensee prepare their futuristic looking aircraft for the start. The farmer's meadow is to be mown today, and for the first time, a drone equipped with a thermal imaging camera will rise in Trossingen  and scan  the meadow  to find small deer. Every year in Germany, around 500,000 wild animals fall victim to agricultural mowing machines, including about 100,000 killed or cruelly injured small deer. The engines start to surrenze and the multicopter lifts off. Sure, the pilot controls the aircraft past trees and bushes over the surface, while the two helpers observe the monitor with the infrared images. It does not take fifteen minutes, and the body of a small fawn is clearly visible on the infrared image of the screen. Immediately the helpers go loose and find also the small fawn, which pushes itself deeply into the grass. Only the ears and a small piece of the head are seen, unlikely to have discovered the small body at the conventional walk through the meadow. However, the small one was already so large that one could not catch it and escaped independently into the nearby forest piece. A further fawn was not found on this day despite intense search. Unfortunately, when mowing, it turned out that there was no one hundred percent safety with this technique, and so was killed a small fawn by the mower. Despite the regrettable incident, all the participants agreed that the life-saving assignment was nevertheless worthwhile. It is to be hoped that other farmers will follow the example and use this technique to save fawns from the dead knives of the mowing machines. At the end of the action there was still a hearty breakfast, which all enjoyed together in the splendid morning sun.

Artikel aus der Trossinger Zeitung vom 13.06.2017

Beautiful hiking trail

Last week I went a wonderful hiking trail, the cliff path between Alexisbad and Mägdesprung. It is part of the Selketal trail, which certainly leaves a lasting impression. The path leads through beautiful foliage forests over 70 meters high cliffs across the Selketal, with beautiful viewpoints. A great hiking trail for which I needed about 4 hours, with breaks, along with my 14-year-old Gordon Setter dog Ronja.

Klippenweg im Selketal

Magical places

Even in Germany, they still exist, magic places that few people know. One of these places I recently visited. The sandstone caves in the Harz mountains are such a sight. They are well hidden in the middle of a forest area below the rocks of the Regenstein. A mystical place, which was supposed to have been a meeting place for the ancient Teutons in the prehistoric times. Even today this place seems to have lost nothing of its great attraction, which can be seen in the many new engravings in the rocks.


Lost places in Germany

Recently I was in the Harz where I saw this beautiful old building. The lodge house  in the spa town Alexisbad is more than 200 years old. From 1949 to 1990 it was operated as a recreational center in the former GDR  by the Reichsbahn. Today it is forgotten and decayed. A lost place, if does not find soon an investor who awakens this wonderful building back to life. Please visit my Facebook page and share this post, maybe it looks someone, who has interest and enough capital to restore this historic building.


Small waterfall in the Harz

The Selkefall is a small waterfall in the Selke valley in Germany and falls in several cascades about four meters into the depth. It was originated around the year 1830 in the course of the construction work on the "Carls Pond", which supplied the iron factory in Mägdesprung with running water.  In July 1955 the facilities were destroyed by a flood and leftover the Selkfall. The small waterfall with its own charm is located about 20 minutes walk from Alexisbad, on the B 185, near the Selketal railway.

Free living Bisons in Germany

A unique nature project

One can hardly believe it, but since April 2013, there are again free-living Bisons in Germany. After a long preparation, eight animals were released into the wilderness in the Rothaar Mountains near the city Bad Berleburg. As I was told, the herd has since grown to 19 animals now and they live on an area of more than 10,000 hectares. A great unique project in our small Germany, I think. After many centuries, the Bisons have returned to their original homeland. I can only tell everyone to go there to partake in a unique natural experience. Who wants to know more, here is the address:

Wisent-Welt-Wittgenstein e. V.

Poststr. 40

57319 Bad Berleburg

Tel. +49 2751 920 55-35

Fax +49 2751 920 55-34

Poor German Forest


The German forest has nothing to do with nature, many forests are only tree fields and wood supplier, no animals, no plants only trees and moss on the ground. I took this pictures in a forest near the small town of Trossingen - Germany.








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Observations on a dead deer


A strong roebuck


Little Hedgehog Willibald


Review Dunlop Wellies


Apartment for the tawny owl


Fascination deer rutting


Observations on Birdhouse