Event Bergün/Bravuogn

The fascination of birds of prey


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With ornithologist and hiking guide Andreas Kofler on a bird of prey excursion in the upper Albula Valley, a region whose valley flanks offer an ideal habitat for various bird of prey species.


29.09.2023 from 09:15 to 15:00 o'clock
06.10.2023 from 09:15 to 15:00 o'clock
Adults: CHF 40.–
Children: CHF 15.–
The motto here is "Simply for returns" – if you arrive by public transport, you can return for free! All information at www.fahrtziel-natur.ch/de/reiseangebote
excl. bus alpine ride in Val Tuors
Start at Bergün station: 9.15 a.m. (after arrival of the train)
End at Bergün station: 3.00 p.m.

Take a picnic with you!

In case of uncertain weather (influence on observation possibilities and/or safety) decision the day before (morning).
Communication to registered persons via e-mail (SMS if necessary).

Registration deadline two working days before the day of the event
Sbb Bergün railway station

The landscape in the front part of the Val Tuors is characterized by forest and rock. There you are in the middle of the habitat of various bird of prey species. Long before the bearded vulture returned to Graubünden, other birds of prey were native to the valley. We are talking about golden eagles, goshawks, sparrowhawks or kestrels. These birds are also constantly on the lookout.

Observing birds of prey requires patience and a little luck. The area of the tour is home to various birds of prey. Eagles, falcons and bearded vultures are once again flying over the mountain slopes in the Albula Valley. The top priority for excursions is not to disturb the animals, which is why the tour remains on hiking trails.

Good footwear with profile soles, hiking equipment with sun or rain protection, food & drink from the backpack. Binoculars if available. Depending on the weather, warm clothing is recommended. No previous ornithological knowledge necessary and suitable for families.



Oberdorfweg 5, 7074 Malix

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