NATURAMA lecture: Night spirits
Insights into the secret life of sleepers // Eva Ladurner, biologist, freelancer Natural History Museum South Tyrol (Bolzano IT)
Sleepers are rare small mammals that roam trees and shrubs at night and sleep through uncomfortable times. Many people know the dormouse, but who knows anything about its relatives, the dormouse, the garden dormouse or the tree dormouse? They can be found in the border triangle of Terra Raetica, the border area between the Engadine, North and South Tyrol. Because they live in secret, little is known about their way of life and their endangerment. If you want to track them down, you have to be inventive!
In her lecture, Eva Ladurner not only shows us the peculiarities of sleepers. It also shows us what tricks the researchers use to learn more about the secret way of life of these goblins of the forest. | The Auditorium Schlossstall of the Swiss National Park is located directly next to the castle. 10 minutes from the train station.
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