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Malga Talé

The wood of capercaillies

After the reconstruction of Malga Talé, it was decided to use it as a framework for a particular topic: the Tetraonidae-family and its complex adaptation strategies to the environment.
The easily accessible building is situated on a pasture ground that is particularly favoured by these mysterious wild birds. On an adjacent clearing, in the surrounding spruce woodland and on the highest peaks, you may find capercaillie, black grouse, hazel grouse and ptarmigan.
The informative exposition that has been set up inside Malga Talé follows the technique of  bird-watching: the visitor is the protagonist of a journey that will lead him to discover, by observation, the Galliformes in their natural habitat that has been reconstructed using sounds and images.
The tracks left by these elegant birds in the woodland and on the snow, their feeding habits, techniques of camouflage, dimorphism and the courting ritual of the black grouse all represent a fascinating topic. The itinerary is suitable for disabled people.

Entry: € 2.00 per adult, € 1.00 for children under 14 years of age (and pupils).
Times of opening: in summer, from June 25 to September 11, daily except on Wednesday, from 10.00h to 12.30h and from 13.00h to 17.00h.
Times of opening in summer: 10.00h-12.30h and 13.00h-17.00hRequest online
 
Malga Talé

 
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