Nationalparks
in Austria
Austria`s first national park, established in 1981
the biggest protected national region in the Alps
(1 856km²)
part of...
Young groundhogs
warn each other by whisteling
www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcTaTsGnK7A
The „BIG FIVE“ of the Alps
The Bearded Vulture
Wingspan up to 2,9 m
Worldwide one of the biggest
flying birds
The Golden Eagle
Bird of pray
Wingspan up to 2,2 m
The Griffon Vulture
stays in the Alps only over summer
The Alpine Ibex
The buck has got enormous horns
that are up to 1m long.
good at climbing and jumping
on the rocks
The Chamois
The fur of the Chamoise`s back is
used to produce a „Gamsbart“
Founded in 1993
Transboarder national park together with the
Hungarian Fertö – Hansàg – Nemzeti - Park
Neusiedler See i...
founded in 1996
located in areas of Lower Austria and Vienna
„green lung“ and climate regulator between Vienna and
Brat...
White tailed
seaeagle
established in 1997
largest Austrian forest preserve
mixture of spruce, beech and fir trees
spectacular canyons, mounta...
founded in 2000
located in Lower Austria and the Czech Republic
the smallest Austrian National Park with the smallest
A...
the youngest national park, opened in 2002
located in the federal state Styria, near the river Enns
50% covered by fores...
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National parks in Austria

National parks in Austria
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Environment      
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Transcripts - National parks in Austria

  • 1. Nationalparks in Austria
  • 2. Austria`s first national park, established in 1981 the biggest protected national region in the Alps (1 856km²) part of the federal states Salzburg, Carinthia and the Tyrol
  • 3. Young groundhogs warn each other by whisteling www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcTaTsGnK7A
  • 4. The „BIG FIVE“ of the Alps The Bearded Vulture Wingspan up to 2,9 m Worldwide one of the biggest flying birds
  • 5. The Golden Eagle Bird of pray Wingspan up to 2,2 m The Griffon Vulture stays in the Alps only over summer
  • 6. The Alpine Ibex The buck has got enormous horns that are up to 1m long. good at climbing and jumping on the rocks
  • 7. The Chamois The fur of the Chamoise`s back is used to produce a „Gamsbart“
  • 8. Founded in 1993 Transboarder national park together with the Hungarian Fertö – Hansàg – Nemzeti - Park Neusiedler See is the most western steppe lake A reed belt surrounding the lake is habitat for rare species
  • 9. founded in 1996 located in areas of Lower Austria and Vienna „green lung“ and climate regulator between Vienna and Bratislava in Slovakia biggest connected floodplain in Middle Europe housing an unbelievable amount of species
  • 10. White tailed seaeagle
  • 11. established in 1997 largest Austrian forest preserve mixture of spruce, beech and fir trees spectacular canyons, mountain rivers habitat for rare and endangered species as lynx or lady`s slipper
  • 12. founded in 2000 located in Lower Austria and the Czech Republic the smallest Austrian National Park with the smallest Austrian town (80 inhabitants) landscape with most biodiversity 1288 different plant species habitat of the European Wild Cat
  • 13. the youngest national park, opened in 2002 located in the federal state Styria, near the river Enns 50% covered by forests home of 1000 different butterflies 89 endemic animal and at least 15 plant species
  • 14. Thank you for your attention!

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