“avimundus”, which can be found in the pedestrian area of Silandro, is the information point about the birds of the Stelvio National Park.
Image gallery: “avimundus” visitor centre
The world of birds in the 53,447 ha Stelvio National Park is varied, unique, impressive and a good reason to dedicate one of its five visitor centres to it: the "avimundus" in Silandro. The heart of the permanent exhibition is Hansjörg Götsch's bird collection, which tells of the breeding and rearing, song and life of native bird species.
But "avimundus" also shows the individual habitats in the national park and one of its most famous inhabitants: the griffon vulture, which is breeding here again 100 years after its extinction and 30 years after its first release. With a wingspan of about 2.5 m, it is Europe's largest bird and lives up to its reputation as a bone breaker and "nature's health police". A multimedia station and simple experiments complete the info point.
- Via Cappuccini / Kapuzinerstrasse 2 - 39028 - Silandro / Schlanders
€ 1.00 adults
€ 1.00 young people (16-18 years)
free for seniors 65+, children and young people up to 15 years, school classes