Event Arosa Lenzerheide

Habitat hedges

Mountain farming has left its mark on the Albula Valley. Even today there are former field terraces with embankments, dry stone walls and piles of stones.


20.05.2023 from 09:30 to 13:00 o'clock
CHF 40.-
Weather-adapted clothing
Individual: binoculars, identification books (plants, insects, birds, etc.)
Meeting point: bus stop Lantsch/Lenz, Sudem Vischnanca
Individual parking spaces available at the bus stop

Hedges and forest edges are valuable elements in the cultural landscape. In many areas, they have been formed over long periods of time and have enriched the cultivated land. For centuries, hedges supplied the population with wood, leaves, herbs and berries and served as windbreaks, erosion protection or border lines. They serve as a habitat for countless animals and plants.

On an excursion in spring we get to know the habitat hedge and determine the most common shrubs and trees. Of course, we also want to discover which animals populate this habitat and what significance the hedge has for them. | Meeting point: bus stop Lantsch/Lenz, Sudem Vischnanca


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