Wild and feral horses
What is the difference between wild and feral horses? The history of the Przewalski's Horses, Koniks and the Liebenthaler horses.
A lecture with illustrations, appr. 1h

The biology and behaviour of the horse
The evolution of horses as a background of their behaviour. The unique physiology and anatomy of the horse. All behaviours of horses explained on an evolutionary basis.
A series of lectures with illustrations, short version 1-2 hrs, extended version 16-20 hrs (2-3 days)

Wild animals and humans, the importance of sanctuaries
A biologic interpretation of he interrelations between men and wild animals, the importance of sanctuaries and results of investigations
Lecture with illustrations, ca. 1 - 2 hrs

Biotelemetry - modern scientific methods for measuring biologic data from free ranging animals -
Location of animals, behavioural and physiologic data, stress and wellbeing
Short version 2 hrs, extended version 8 hrs

Biological Rhythms – animal clocks -
The nature of time in biology, physiology of biological rhythms and their importance for health and wellbeing
Short version 1 h, extended version 4 hrs

Protection of nature and animals
Wild animals in free nature, different approaches in nature protection and animal welfare, conflicts and possible solutions.
1 h

All lectures can be held in the „House of the 100 Horses“ in the Domestic Animal Park Liebenthal or at any convenient place (travel cost on seperate charge).

Further offers on request::


More information:



Dr. sc. K.M. Scheibe

Przewalski horse

scientific diagram of biotelemetry

More information (pdf-file):
The "Liebenthaler" herd of
feral horses