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Three large lakes, an oak forest, 25,000 hectares of wild life … Just two hours from Paris, the Orient Forest Regional Nature Park shelters and protects animal species that have become rare. In this park open to the public, their tranquility must be respected. Observatories are installed. “It is to be able to concentrate the possible attendance of the public, to be able to allow the public to observe the wild fauna.“, explains Thierry Tournebize, deputy director of the Natural park. Objective: to stay away from wildlife.
A life in semi-liberty
For a few euros, it is possible to take a path and get closer to animals, such as elks. There are also European bison, a species exterminated by man a hundred years ago. “Like all the animals that we have in the wildlife area, they live in semi-freedom (…). They are supplemented in winter, but the rest of the year, 70% of the time, they feed naturally and manage.“
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