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Our tour takes us from Bodinggraben to Ebenforstalm and Schaumbergalm. White-backed, black and gray woodpeckers live in the old mixed deciduous forests near the valley, and at this time of the year they sing miniature flycatchers, mountain warblers and many others. Mountain pipiters, tree pipits, goldhammer and ring thrush can be expected on the alpine pastures. The three-toed woodpecker and black grouse are two of the most secret bird species in the surrounding mountain forests. Learning the most diverse bird songs is the focus of this tour.
Time & duration: 7.30 a.m. to approx. 4 p.m., walking time approx. 5 hours (11 km, 700 m ascent), good physical condition and sure-footedness required
Fee: adults € 20 / schoolchildren € 11 / family € 40
Equipment: binoculars and identification book, if possible your own spotting scope and tripod, rainproof clothing, snacks and drinks on the go (stop at one of the mountain pastures is planned)
Participants: maximum 12 people, minimum age 12 years
Management: National Park Ranger and ornithologist Hans Uhl
Meeting point: will be announced upon registration
Contact: National Park Center Molln, phone + 43 75 84/36 51
Fee: Adults € 20 / Schoolchildren € 11 / Family € 40 | Free of charge with the Pyhrn-Priel Card
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