Wildlife and Man in the Cultural Landscape

Man has turned the natural landscape into a cultural landscape. With just about every action, mankind directly or
indirectly impacts the animal world,
whether as consumers of agricultural products, as sportsmen, as energy consumers or as users of streets. These intrusions happen mostly unconsciously, but the habitats of wild animals
are effectively disturbed or destroyed. The exhibition in the castle museum makes it possible to understand the activities of animals and men in a changing nature without experiencing a separation of time and space – eye to eye with dangerous and cute wild animals.





Man has turned the natural landscape
into a cultural landscape. With just about every action, mankind directly or
indirectly impacts the animal world,
whether as consumers of
agricultural products, as sportsmen, as energy consumers or as users of streets.
These intrusions happen mostly unconsciously, but the habitats of wild animals
are effectively disturbed or destroyed. The exhibition in the castle museum
makes it possible to understand the activities of animals and men in a changing
nature without experiencing a separation of time and space – eye to eye with
dangerous and cute wild animals.