Wildlife watching

Hot on the trails of ibex, bearded vultures and friends

 

(recommended from 2nd grade)
The Hohe Tauern National Park is one of the last refuges in Europe for many wild animals. If in the 19th century, the ibex was at risk of becoming extinct, its survival is now thought to be "ensured". The bearded vulture, too, once again circles the skies above the Hohe Tauern. When wildlife watching we can also see golden eagles, marmots, chamois and many more. The national park rangers carry powerful binoculars or telescopes to allow wildlife watching without disturbing the animals.

 

Difficulty:leicheasy to medium difficult excursion
Duration:half-day or full-day
Season:year-round
Possible excursion destinations:Habachtal, Bramberg
Krumltal, Rauris
Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe, Grossglockner High Alpine Road
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