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Spot birds of prey in the Bernese Jura

The varied countryside of the Jura hills, with forests, cliffs and broad meadows, is home to many species of birds of prey. Kites, buzzards, hawks, falcons, sparrow-hawks and even golden eagles live here. They soar silently in the skies without beating their wings. As guests observe birds of prey in their natural environment, they learn about these master-hunters' techniques.


  • Languages: French, English, Spanish
  • Duration: Whole day
  • Number of participants: 4 - 10
  • Weather: Outside
  • Travel group: Single Travellers, Couples, Families, Children
  • Meeting point : Moutier train station (in front of the main entry)
  • Technical information : 6 km ou 1h45 walk, height difference of 250 m
  • Excludes : food, transportation, equipment
  • Necessary : high mountain shoes, weather clothing adapted to the day-weather, pic-nic, enough drinks, binoculars
  • Booking : in advance at the tourism office of Moutier


Flyer | PDF, 7.39 MB

Jura bernois Tourisme
Avenue de la Gare 9
2740 Moutier
T. +41 (0) 32 494 53 43

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