The Przewalski’s Horse is a rare and endangered species of horse native to the steppes of Central Asia . It used to be extinct in the wild , but thanks to the conservation efforts of the Prague Zoological Garden in 2011 (coordinated with other contries), individuals bred in captivity were transported into Mongolian national parks. Today, thanks to that effort, the Przewalski’s Horse can once again be found in the wild You can see the Przewalski’s Horses in Prague Zoo , but there are four females and one male at Dívčí hrady whom you can see for free. These are the individuals we’ll visit, along with a tour of Prokopské údolí – a nature reserve right here in Prague, with amazing biodiversity and many rare species of plants. We will also take a brief detour to visit Děvín, the ruined castle of the legendary Czech “Amazons”
Saturday, 7th of May, 10:50AM – ~2:30PM
Meeting: at 10:50AM at the Radlická metro station entrance
End: at around 2:30-3PM at Nové Butovice metro station
Capacity: 15 people
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The trail is approximately 8,5km in the countryside , bring suitable outdoor clothes.
Luboš and Stela are looking forward to meeting you