Museum of the National Wildlife Institute

Via Cà Fornacetta, 9, (Ozzano dell'Emilia)

At the headquarters of the Institute, the Museum brings together approximately ten thousand tassidermici and skeletal preparations of birds and mammals in numerous collections. The mammalian nucleus receives rare prey specimens Apennine Wolf, and bear marsicano. Outside the building were reproduced some natural environments of the Po Valley, with the planting of indigenous plant essences and placing certain features, perform fauna a didactic function aimed at renaturalization of agricultural environment and proper wildlife management. The Museum's goal is the establishment of national reference series for the study of birds and mammals, in order of their protection.

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