Return of the Bearded Vulture to the Alps
The bearded vulture is back in the Alps. Hansruedi Weyrich has been photographing this species and the habitat in which this majestic bird lives for several years. In addition to a report on the release of the young birds Sempbach, Trudi and Ewolina in 2015 on the Frutt (Obwalden), it documents the work of the biologists with the young birds. 2015 was the most successful bearded vulture year with 11 wild broods and 3 released young birds in Switzerland. In addition to a lot of important information about the bearded vulture, Hansruedi also shows photos of brown alps and golden eagles, which can also be observed in this alpine habitat.