Where to watch birds in the Camargue Regional Nature Park ?
The Camargue is made up of a number of private estates which are not always open to the general public. To help you to enjoy your birdwatching experience in the best possible conditions, we’ve put together this booklet describing a number of the best observation sites and their different approaches for observing birds :
The Flamingo, the Camargue's most emblematic bird
This spectacularly coloured, long-legged, waterbird has probably inhabited the southern Camargue ever since its existence, but it wasn’t until the 20th century, with the start of interest in environmental issues, that biologists took an interest in them…
Winter in Camargue and its clouds of anatidae
Whilst best known for Greater flamingo, the Camargue is also one of Europe’s major overwintering grounds for a dozen or so species of anatidae. Come November,....
A booklet to find an accomodation, activities, local products with professionals committed to sustainable tourism in the Camargue Regional Nature Park
An alternative tourism arises in the Camargue Regional Nature Park... with a network of 20 professionals committed to sustainable tourism : Accomodations , Discovery of the natural and cultural Heritage. Outdoor Activity, Local products Gastronomy