NATURAMA lecture When foxes become urban dwellers

When foxes become city dwellers From the adaptation of the red foxes to our settlement area / Sandra Gloor, Dr., wildlife biologist, project manager Wild Neighbours, Member management SWILD


06.10.2021 from 20:30 to 21:30 o'clock
Erwachsene CHF 7.–, Kinder CHF 3.–
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After the cinema on the way home: Suddenly something rushes across the street – a fox disappears between the houses in a courtyard. Although most of us know that foxes also live in the settlement area, an encounter with this wild animal is still fascinating. The population of the red fox in Switzerland has increased sharply since the decline of rabies in the mid-1980s. Today, fox densities are higher in cities than in rural areas. But where do foxes live in the settlement area, where do they raise their young? Are they dangerous for domestic cats? Are there conflicts between humans and foxes? In her lecture Sandra Gloor gives answers to these questions and shows ways for a conflict-free coexistence of people and foxes. | 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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