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Wanderungen zu Murmeltier, Steinbock & Co. Die Besten Gebiete für Tierbeobachtungen in der Schweiz

Wildlife Guide
By: Lorenz Here(Author)
208 pages, ~230 colour photos
Wanderungen zu Murmeltier, Steinbock & Co.
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  • Wanderungen zu Murmeltier, Steinbock & Co. ISBN: 9783258078823 Hardback Apr 2015 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: German

This book guides you to the best wildlife viewing areas in Switzerland: from red deer in the Val Trupchun to ibex at Creux du Van.

Deer in rut, bellowing young marmots and fighting ibex. This book presents the best areas of Switzerland to have exciting nature experiences, where it is possible and easy to observe animals without disturbing them. This way nature lovers can make incomparable observations in the Justis valley or in the Val of Trupchun during the rutting season. On Augstmatthorn ibex can be approach to within a few meters, while in the Greina marmots are hardly bothered by passing hikers. If you are traveling with children, experience squirrels in Arosa or marmots in Saas-Fee.

With lots of pictures and information about animals and scenery, and numerous hiking suggestions – all far from trouble-prone areas – this magnificent book offers inspiration and a basis for your own expeditions to experience the wlidlife of Switzerland.

Summary in German:
Dieses Buch führt zu den besten Tierbeobachtungsgebieten in der Schweiz: von den Rothirschen in der Val Trupchun zu den Steinböcken am Creux du Van.

Hirsche in der Brunft, balgende junge Murmeltiere oder Steinböcke, die kämpfen. Dieses Buch präsentiert die besten Gebiete der Schweiz, in denen aufregende Naturerlebnisse möglich sind und Tiere einfach und ohne sie zu stören beobachtet werden können. So können Naturfreunde im Justistal oder in der Val Trupchun zur Brunftzeit unvergleichliche Hirschbeobachtungen machen. Am Augstmatthorn nähern sich Steinböcke auf wenige Meter oder in der Greina stören sich Murmeltiere kaum an vorbeigehenden Wanderern. Wer mit Kindern unterwegs ist, erlebt Eichhörnchen bei Arosa oder Murmeltiere bei Saas-Fee.

Mit vielen Fotos und Informationen zu Tieren und Landschaft, zahlreichen Wandervorschlägen – alle fern von störungsanfälligen Gebieten – bietet der prächtige Band Inspiration und Grundlage für eigene Entdeckungsreisen zu den Wildtieren der Schweiz.

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Wildlife Guide
By: Lorenz Here(Author)
208 pages, ~230 colour photos
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