Excursion adventure to unknown Kazakhstan

2/28/24 in Karow

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Lecture & Science, Nature

Natural history travel lecture by and with Isa Krietsch, Kathrin Lippert and Bernd Heinze

Kazakhstan is a huge country in Central Asia, the ninth largest country in the world. It is sparsely populated and little known. Kazakhstan is the endless expanses of the steppes, countless salt lakes, the Taukum Desert, the colorful mountains of the Altyn-Emel nature reserve, large rivers such as the Irtysh and, last but not least, the myth-enshrouded Altai Mountains with their fantastic flora and fauna. Kazakhstan is also home to large herds of livestock, people from many different peoples and tribes and a land of contrasts between tradition and modernity.

Kathrin Lippert and Bernd Heinze from Annenhof and Isa Krietsch from Barnin are active in nature conservation, both professionally and on a voluntary basis. They visited Kazakhstan together in 2022 as part of a three-week ornithological and natural history excursion. They will present the country in a richly illustrated lecture on February 28 at 7 pm in the Karower Meiler.

Welcome to an adventurous journey through a faraway land!


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Event dates
  • Wednesday, Feb 28, 2024 19:00 - 21:00 clock
Event Location

Karower Meiler Culture and Information Center

Ziegenhorn 1
19395 Karow

+49 385 58864860
Contact the organiser

Nossentiner/Schwinzer Heath Nature Park

Ziegenhorn 1
19395 Plau am See OT Karow

0385 588 64860


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