Pontresina is a valley in the Alps in Switzerland. I enjoyed seeing butterflies and flowers. On one fantastic day at Val da Fain I also saw ibex, chamois, marmot and Golden Eagle.
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Maps, Photos and Videos
Map: World map showing Switzerland.
Map: Alp Grum.
Video: Bearded Vulture.
Video: Marmot moving through the grass.
Video: Marmot calling.
Map: Val Minor.
Map: Val da Fain.
Video: Ibex family group.
Video: The same group moving up higher into the mountains.
Video: Golden Eagle flying along the hill line (you can see the fairly square-shaped wings and white spots at end of each wing and also the lack of other lighter colours in the plumage of similar birds of prey).
A lot of the things I say in this video are based on personal experience and so do not need referencing (this is known as “primary research” in academia). Of the remaining content, a lot of the wildlife/nature knowledge I talk about is relatively easily verified and/or generally accepted at this stage of human civilisation; the following references are suitable for this general information.
D Snow and C Perrins, 1998. The Birds of the Western Palearctic Concise Edition, Oxford University Press.
Lars Svensson, Killian Mullarney and Dan Zetterstrom, 2009. Collins Bird Guide 2nd Edition, Collins.
Majorie Blamey, Richard Fittar, Alastair Fitter, 2003. Wildlife Flowers of Britain and Ireland, A and C Black.
Ansgar Hoppe. A Field Guide to the Flowers of the Alps, Pelagic Publishing.
Paul Whalley and Richard Lewington, 1996. The Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guide to Butterflies, Mitchell Beazley Publications.
Christopher Grey-Wilson and Marjorie Blamey, 1979. The Alpine Flowers of Britain and Europe, Collins.
These are my nature highlights from a trip to Pont Racine in Switzerland a lot of Switzerland is in the Alps most wildlife watches are going to go in the summer because in the winter a lot of wildlife is sleeping under the ground or migrated away somewhere or dropped just enter into the lower areas away from the mountains anyway ok this is a bearded.
Vulture or a lama gaya you can see where each of these videos was taken from where it comes out of the maps Lamberg are in German means Lambo sure so we don't like to call it anymore this is a bit misleading so I want to give the impression they just eat Lambs this must be one of my best views ever well yeah well yeah yes.
I've also had amazing views we're not being this there's a couple of cliff edges and the Pyrenees where they fly really close which I found very reliable anyway Algrim good spot or at least I was lucky on that day this is a moment you can hear its alarm call in a minute because you're further up the valley I saw another one.
this chaps will serve as cover star one of my books marmots are one of the animals creatures that were spending the winter under the ground in burrows but of course with most the plants so Valmy nor I saw this snow Finch which is an example of a bird.
Which will migrate here just for the summer take advantage of the seasonal food availability on the mountains and vowed to feign was was my favorite walk I think I think there's a lot of luck here but it's also it's also quite a good path for accessing close to some fairly wild areas of the mountains it was not surprising that it was good but.
There are a lot of good spots this is a ShamWow so I started at dawn here or close to dawn and saw this as I was working my way up the path he was a bit disturbed by the fact I was around I'm not 100% sure if he could see me which sounds like an odd thing to say but I wonder if it was just smelling me so I did start.
Moving after a while just so I didn't disturb it too much and then further up I saw these this family group of ibex again not sure if they saw me there fairly near the path of the moment in a moment they're gonna move up the valley side to go higher which I'm I'm thinking must be natural behavior that they avoid the foot poetry in the day but I'm not.
Actually sure if this was provoked by me I think it may have just been that this is their natural time to move back up slightly higher away from humans for the day time cuz I'm gonna fall zoom here so I'm quite on my way finally here's a golden eagle flying along the hill line pretty typical I see them doing this a lot I think it's a hunting technique.
Fairly square shaped wings they're wise spots the end of each wing helping show this an eagle you
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