BOIS DES ORES
A mosaic of wet woods with dominant tadpole ash trees and small plots of moist natural grassland surrounded by hedges and crossed by a network of ditches.
Botanical interest: great floral richness with remarkable species such as the Fritillary guinea fowl, the burnt orchid, the rare autumn colchy, the marsh hottonia and protected species such as the marsh Euphorbia...
Avifaunistic interest for the reproduction of ardéidae arboricoles (grey heron, purple heron), raptors and silvicultural passerines (Cisticole des Joncs...)
Mammalogical interest: feeding and refuge site for the European Otter.
Presence of the Rosalie des Alpes (protected beetle).
- Sensitive natural area