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La Héronnière du Pain Béni - Chaillé Les Marais, Nouvelle Aquitaine
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Bono2333
N 46° 22.938 W 001° 00.520
30T E 653126 N 5138451
Quick Description: [FR] Le nombre de hérons qui nichent dans les arbres de ce site classé par arrêté de biotope est remarquable. [EN] The number of herons that nest in the trees of this site classified by biotope decree is remarkable
Location: Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Date Posted: 12/4/2018 7:34:32 PM
Waymark Code: WMZMYB
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Where's George
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Long Description:
[FR] Site protégé de 150 hectares

Les terrées (terres réhaussées par ce qui a été retiré des fossés qui l'entourent) du Pain Béni accueillent la plus grande colonie de hérons du Marais Poitevin, près de 600 couples.

L'observatoire vous permettra peut-être d'admirer les 5 espèces qui y nichent : le héron cendré et l'aigrette garzette en hauteur, le garde-boeuf et le bihoreau au coeur des arbres et le héron pourpré en bas.
Pensez à votre matériel d'observation !

[EN] 150 hectares protected site

The terraces (land enhanced by what has been removed from the ditches that surround it) of the Bread Blessed welcome the largest colony of herons of the Marais Poitevin, nearly 600 pairs.

The observatory will allow you to admire the 5 species that nest here: the Gray Heron and Little Egret high, the keeper and the night heron in the heart of the trees and the purple heron below.
Think about your observation equipment!

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