Hunters are managing 245 ha to raise awareness about sustainable management practices

November 25, 2019
November 25, 2019 FACE

Ti Blaise is an area of 245 ha of moors, peat bogs and meadows, owned by the Wildlife Habitat Protection Foundation and managed for more than 20 years by the Hunters Federation of Finistère.

In order to raise awareness of the issues of sustainable wildlife and habitat management, the Federation is planning to establish the Roc’h Kléguer education trail, named after the site’s main rock outcrop. Thus, the Federation wishes to make this trail, an educational and unusual meeting place for hikers, families and schools.

Country: France
Type of actions: Management of habitats and wildlife, Communication
Leading partners: Fédération départementale des chasseurs du Finistère, Fondation pour la Protection des Habitats de la Faune Sauvage

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