A lecture with nature guide René Geyer.
In this lecture I will take you to a landscape of the Mönchgut in the southeast of the Island of Rügen, which is so diverse and unique for the pre-Pomeranian coastal area. This nature reserve is an ancient cultural and natural landscape, shaped by centuries of human use.
From the end of March until late summer, you can hear the butterfly song of the skylarks. On the semi-arid grasslands, the cowslip meadows enchant the observer from the end of April until May. From the end of May until the summer solstice, the species-rich meadows and semi-arid grasslands try to outdo themselves once again with their flowering splendor, which is unparalleled on Rügen. Rare and protected magnificent butterflies will be seen, but also close-ups of colorful, rare plants that characterize this nature reserve.
Views from the "Höhenzügen" of the up to 66 m high Zicker mountains with glowing red sunsets at midsummer time as well as the colorful autumn round off the presentation. Also shown is the bone-chillingly cold Mönchgut winter, which with icy easterly winds freezes the landscape in winter magic.