"How do foxes, raccoon dogs and jackals hunt?"
Foxes, raccoon dogs and jackals are classified as small predators and they all belong to the canine family.
The participants of the educational program will get better acquainted with these and other canine mammals and their way of life at the A. Truskauskas' Hunting and Nature exposition.
"How do the wolves hunt?"
The wolf is an ancestor of our beloved domestic dog, so of all wild animals it potentially has the greatest and most important connection with our kind - humans.
The participants of the educational program will get to know this animal and its' way of life at the A. Truskauskas' Hunting and Nature exposition.
"How do lynx and other feline animals hunt?"
Only a few people in Lithuania have actually seen a lynx, also a couple of centuries ago another wild cat thrived in our forests - a wildcat.
The participants of the educational program will get acquainted not only with the lynxes and their way of life, but also with the already extinct wildcats and other mammals of the feline family - all at the A. Truskauskas' Hunting and Nature exposition.
"How do weasel-like animals hunt?"
The family of weasel-like animals consists of forest and stone martens, black ferrets, Canadian minks, Least weasels, stouts, badgers, as well as almost extinct in Lithuania European minks, sables and wolverines.
Some of these animals can be found in A. Truskauskas' Hunting and Nature Exposition, therefore the participants of this program will be able to both see them and get acquainted with the way of life of these animals.
"How do bears hunt?"
Bears are very rare in Lithuania and people do not know what to expect from them, so every contact with this predator raises a lot of fears and many more questions.
Participants of the educational program will get to know this animal and their way of life in the A. Truskauskas Hunting and Nature exposition.
"How do owls and Eurasian eagle-owls hunt?"
Owls are exceptional birds that are unlike any other in terms of both appearance and lifestyle.
At the Hunting and Nature exposition of A. Truskauskas' the participants of the educational program will get acquainted with the Eurasian eagle-owl and hear a lot of wonderful facts about this bird and its' other relatives.
"How do bird of prey (Accipitriformes) hunt?"
This lecture tells the story of all the other predatory species of birds except owls.
Participants of the educational program will hear many wonderful facts about the buzzard and Northern goshawk at the Hunting and nature exposition of A. Truskauskas. Participants will learn about the unique hunting and fishing techniques used by these and other predatory birds.
Number of participants: 10-20 people.
Price per person:
Adults - 4 Eur,
Families, students, pensioners - 3 Eur.
Duration: 1 hour
Naturalist, museologist Andrejus Gaidamavičius