Konrad Lorenz Forschungsstelle

The Konrad Lorenz Research Center (KLF) was founded in 1973 when Konrad Lorenz retired and returned to Austria, looking for a suitable location for his research, which he found in the picturesque Grünau im Almtal, Upper Austria.
Since 2011, the Konrad Lorenz Research Center (KLF) officially belongs to the University of Vienna. About 20 researchers from Austria and around the world conduct exciting and widely acclaimed basic research on geese, ravens and the northern bald ibis that roam freely in the Almtal.

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