Uraltbäume & Waldwildnis: Das Wildnisgebiet Dürrenstein im südwestlichen Niederösterreich bewahrt den größten Urwaldrest des Alpenbogens, den Urwald Rothwald (IUCN Kat. Ia) ->Porträt
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Aktuelle News aus dem Wildnisgebiet:
The Owlproject.org from South Africa was on tour in Austria! The Wilderness Area organised two presentations and two school projects in Göstling/Ybbs and in Vienna. On the 15th of March 2019 Jonathan Haw, founder of Owlproject.org, gave a presentation at the...read more
For the second time the Wilderness Area was lucky to experience the various activities of owlproject.org in Johannesburg. Within two decades of owlproject.org more than hundred thousand school children learned about the life of owls and their position in the...read more
In November 2018 the Raptor Research Foundation Conference took place in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. The Wilderness Area was represented at the conference with two owl projects - the ural owl and the owl monitoring project. Various topics around raptor...read more
Many thanks to our Ukrainian friends and collaboration partners ornithologist Yehor Yatsiuk and mycologist Iryna Yatsiuk as well as their colleagues for the friendly invitation to the Gomilsha Forest National Park, the State Museum of Nature of the Kharkiv...read more
In mid-October new owl nest boxes were fixed for Ural Owls and Co. Thanks to all supporters of our owls, companies in the region and from further away, whose interest and support are an invaluable contribution for our owls. Thanks to Stefan Knöpfer...read more
The Hawk Mountain Sanctuary was established in 1934, making it the world's first raptor sanctuary. It is located in eastern Pennsylvania along the Appalachian flyway, is 464 m high and currently 1,052 hectares large. On average, approximately 20,000 raptors are...read more