NATURAMA lecture The red fox in the national park
The red fox is one of the most successful mammal species on earth and finds its way as a cultural follower even in large cities. But how does Master Reineke live in an undisturbed, unspoilt area where there are no piles of compost to loot? A combination of traditional and modern methods has produced a number of unexpected insights from the Swiss National Park and its surroundings. In their lecture, Curdin Eichholzer and Pia Anderwald report on highlights and lows of practical and theoretical work with this intelligent little omnivore, both from the point of view of a park ranger and from the point of view of a researcher. hint: Further insights into the life of the red fox and the fox monitoring of the Swiss National Park are offered by the current special exhibition in the National Park Centre. | 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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