Une nature d'exception

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Protecting remarkable habitats and their wildlife

The habitats, plants, insects, reptiles, birds and mammals present on the Reserve are very diverse and often increasingly threatened. Those on the reserve represent an exceptional sample of the species linked to the Brenne’s so original natural and human history.

The main aims are:

- to maintain the diversity of species and habitats already present ;

- the preservation of the lakes through non-intensive fish farming and the restoration of their vegetation ;

- control of invasive alien species (Water Primrose, Red-clawed Crayfish…) and other species posing problems (wild boar, cormorant, ...)

European pond tortoise and original road sign