In the cold and snowy winter months, red deer and roe deer no longer find enough food. In earlier times, the animals then set off to lower altitudes to find food there. In former times, red deer herds even moved from the Tauern mountains to the Salzach floodplains to spend the winter there.
Due to human intervention in the natural cycle, this is no longer possible, if only because of the consumption of "space" by humans - highways, railroad tracks, settlements, industrial parks. All these would be insurmountable obstacles for the game. The fact that feeding is not just feeding and that active wildlife management offers many unexpected facets can be found out during this excursion. An exciting experience for the whole family, because mighty deer and young calves can be observed here at close range, but still in the wild!
Day: Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Meeting point: parking lot Habachtal, 12 o'clock
Costs guided tour: € 18.-
Minimum number of participants: 8 people, suitable for children over 10 years of age
Registration: Event day until 10.00 a.m. at the National Park Administration, Tel. +43 6562 40849-33