REGIONAL NATURE RESERVE MARAIS OF THE VACHERIE

Rich and varied nature concentrated on 180 hectares. These wet meadows are home to a large part of the breeding birds of the Marais Poitevin: shaggy knights, black terns, black-tailed barges... Marais Poitevin: dried-up marsh

Description

160 plant species (including 5 protected) coexist with many animals. These wet meadows, used as feeding grounds for birds, are home to a large proportion of the breeding birds of the Marais Poitevin, such as shagmire knights, black terns and black-tailed barges. It is also home to the marbled newt, the spotted pelodyte, the green and yellow snake, the viperine snake and the European otter.
An open access observatory is at your disposal as well as a telescope and information panels on the fauna, flora and management of the reserve.
Observatory accessible all year round, however the best periods for observation are winter and spring.

Accès à la plateforme d'observation à ciel ouvert 7 jours /7, 24 h/24.

Lables

  • Natural area
  • Nature Reserve Voluntary or National

Comfort / services

Price

Free