Tern-nesting islets on waterbodies in the Loiret

April 4, 2020
Posted in Birds
April 4, 2020 FACE

The Loiret Association of Migratory Bird Hunters, in partnership with the Hunters Federation of Loiret is at the origin of the installation of floating islets on the water bodies along the Loire.

The purpose of these developments is to create new nesting and resting sites for migratory birds, particularly terns. Made out of eco-friendly materials, the 7 islets will also serve as protection for fish species.

Country: France
Region: Centre-Val de Loire
Species characteristics: Waterfowl so huntable / Migratory / Not huntable
Type of actions: Management of habitats and Wildlife
Leading partners: Fédération départementale des chasseurs de Loiret, Association des Chasseurs d'Oiseaux Migrateurs du Loiret

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