Hâble d'Ault et sa Réserve OrnithologiqueBack
Hâble d'Ault et sa Réserve Ornithologique
Reception : Until December 31
Reception : From January 1 to December 31
In the Middle Ages Ault harbour or 'Hâble d'Ault' was an important anchorage for ships that could sail up here from the sea via a channel. Nowadays the marshes of the Hâble d'Ault are mainly known for their rich plant and wildlife: over 270 species of migratory birds have been observed here since the late 19th century. The site comprises grassy areas, marshland, pebble banks and a few patches of sand dune. This wildlife reserve and no-hunting area is of great interest to many bird watchers. Explore the site, called the Réserve d'Avifaune du Hâble d'Ault, along the specially laid out track.
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