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Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to the Brenne

Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to the Brenne

Small country roads with little traffic allow you to stop almost anywhere to see interesting wildlife in the Brenne regional park. The patchwork of habitats and lack of intensive agriculture makes this area a paradise for the naturalist. Catch a high-speed train to...

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Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Brittany

Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Brittany

Happy Valentine's day from these two rather smart Mediterranean gulls! Just one of the breeding species to see in the Golfe du Morbihan regional park, together with Black-winged stilt, Pied avocet, Bluethroat, Fan-tailed warbler and Cirl bunting. Resident species...

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Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Normandy N°2

Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Normandy N°2

Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Normandy N°2 The Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin regional park is just a ferry ride to Cherbourg away.  This important RAMSAR wetland boasts France's largest area of winter-flooding pastures.  Species of particular interest include:...

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Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Normandy

Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Normandy

Plan a #lowcarbonbirding trip to Normandy The Boucles de la Seine Normande regional park is just across the channel. It offers British birders some exotic species to see, including: Bluethroat, Melodious warbler, Short-toed treecreeper and Nightingale. Golden oriole,...

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Your top 10 birds to see in France?

Your top 10 birds to see in France?

New Year’s Greetings!
Let’s get 2021 off to a good start – with a bottle of delicious French wine to win!
If you were planning a trip to France for some exotic #lowcarbonbirding*, which top 10 species would you like to see? Let us know on this quick form and go in the draw to win a bottle of wine!

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French parks score high lists at #globalbirdweekend

French parks score high lists at #globalbirdweekend

Birding France is proud to have participated in the first ever Global Bird Weekend.On 17 October 2020, just over 7,000 species of birds were counted by over 31,000 people in 167 countries around the globe! A number of French regional parks participated as part of the...

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