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The Karwendel Nature Park is the largest nature park in Austria and the largest Tyrolean protected area, known for the Großer Ahornboden and the Isar spring. The Nature Park's work focuses on nature conservation, recreation & tourism, environmental education and knowledge & research, but there is also a colourful programme of lectures and excursions at the Nature Park Info Centre in Scharnitz!
The following events enrich the regional events´programme:
|28.05.2022||7.30 pm||Lecture - Wild Beeswith Sabrina Gurten, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL CH) & PhD student at UIBK|
|02.06.2022||7.30 pm||Lecture - Last hunters, first shepherds and farmerswith Caroline von Nicolai, German Archaeological Institute|
|07.07.2022||7.30 pm||Lecture - On the tracks of immigrant plants Konrad Pagitz, University of Innsbruck - Institute of Botany|
|21.07.2022||7.30 pm||Excursion - Herbs for body and soulwith herbal pedagogue Johanna Krug|
|4.08.2022||7.30 pm||Film evening - What fish want - last chance for the Tyrolean Inn with Christoph Walder|
|14.08.2022||6.00 pm||Vernissage - Sebastian Fröhlich - Climbing Artists in the Karwendel Part 1 (the exhibition can be seen daily until 12.09.2022 from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm at the information office Scharnitz)|
|18.08.2022||7.30 pm||Lecture - Under the spell of the golden eagle with Hans-Joachim Fünfstück, State Association for the Protection of Birds|
|01.09.2022||7.30 pm||Lecture - Tyrolean field names as cultural heritage: The Karwendel and Scharnitz with Dr. Elisabeth Gruber-Tokić, University of Innsbruck, Institute for Linguistics|
|27.10.2022||7.30 pm||Lecture - Avalanches with Norbert Lanzanasto and Patrick Nairz, Avalanche Warning Service Tyrol.|
No registration required, free admission, events in German only!
Please also note the weekly guided tours Nature Park and Karwendel Gorge, Timber and log driving in the Karwendel Nature Park and also the Premium Orchid Tour, as well as the Junior Ranger Events for children The World of Butterflies and In the Klimatop Marsh Reither Moor.