NATURAMA lecture The bearded vultures in the Alpine region
What began 30 years ago is now an absolute success story: after its extinction in the 19th century, Switzerland's largest breeding bird has returned to the Alps. The speakers tell how this success story came about, shed light on the development of the bearded vulture population in the Alps and show that despite positive development, efforts are still needed to protect and resettle this Alpine resident. The results of the pair monitoring in the Central Alps yield amazing insights into the brood biology, the population dynamics, the behavior and the kinship of the individual individuals. Today, these findings serve to better protect the largest native bird species, which has undergone a transformation from a once persecuted "child predator" to a sympathetic bearer. | The Auditorium Schlossstall of the Swiss National Park is located right next to the castle. 10 minutes from the train station.
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