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Rules of behaviour around wildlife protection zones

Wildlife protection zones provide wild animals with undisturbed habitats.

Wildlife protection zones are of greatest importance as they provide wild animals with undisturbed habitats. Those areas in the Canton of Grisons are protected mainly during the winter months. Trails around the protection zones are marked with red and yellow posts: the red ones mark the side of the trail that is next to the protected area, while the yellow posts mark the "public hiking" side. Please always observe those signals and thus allowing humans and wildlife to co-exist peacefully.

Dog owner must keep their dogs on the leash when walking near wildlife protection zones at all times.

The forest is big enough to offer humans and wildlife alike a place of refuge and recreation.

Enjoy the Engadin nature!

(Reference: www.gr.ch)

 

Rules of behaviour around wildlife protection zones