G. Mourgaud compiling biometric data (LPO Anjou) The Basses Vallées Angevines near Cheffes Dawn in the Moyenne Vallée de l'Oise (Central Oise Valley)
Direct destruction of breeding habitat by planting poplar Inondation sur la moyenne vallée de l'Oise G. Mourgaud (LPO Anjou) and a captured Corncrake A meadow partly destroyed by poplar stands, partly retained for hay harvesting
Testing the “friendly bar” mower in Normandy A meadow destroyed by growing corn Dawn in the Basses Vallées Angevines (Lower Anjou Valleys)

Moyenne vallée de l’Oise

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Discovering the moyenne vallée de l’OISE

Location type of environment surface Land uses in the Moyenne vallée de l’Oise Grasslands are the dominant land use within this Natura 2000 site, occupying an area of ​​3 017 ha, or 51 % of the total surface. Woodland occupies about 30 % of the surface of the Natura 2000 site, and crops nearly 10 (...)

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Conservation actions already undertaken

For fifteen years, conservation action has taken place in the Moyenne vallée de l’Oise to safeguard the valley’s heritage and the survival of the Corncrake. Following the recognition of the site’s interest and its classification as a Natura 2000 area, the Conservatoire des Sites Naturels de (...)

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