NATURAMA Lecture Through the Eyes of a Park Ranger
Majestic ibex, snowed in in the deep winter. Brave chamois who risk their lives when crossing a stream. Close-ups of vipers mating or the first flight attempts of a young golden eagle. These are shots from the Swiss National Park that probably none of us else will see. Unique observations of a passionate nature connoisseur who has known the national park since childhood and has been reverently observing the flora and fauna for decades. In his lecture, park ranger Domenic Godly shows us a selection of his favorite scenes that he has recorded in the Swiss National Park and comments on them. This allows us to experience the fascinating nature in the park with his eyes for a few moments. | Auditorium Schlossstall of the Swiss National Park. Wheelchair access is possible. 10 minutes walk from the train station. Parking at the parish hall.
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