The biodiversity of Lake Madine is behind the creation of the National Hunting Reserve and Wildlife. This covers 1800 hectares and encompasses the entire shore of Lake Madine. It is managed by the National Office for Hunting and Wild Fauna (ONCFS), which develops missions relating to environmental protection and knowledge of wildlife and its habitus. A specific regulation applies to them (see the entry panel for the reserve). Ornithology side, Lake Madine has become since its creation a favorable site for wintering waterfowl (ducks) and migratory birds. You can watch them from the observatory of Pointe aux Chenes (Side-Madine Heudicourt). This observatory is accessible to people with disabilities (parking at the entrance of the path). Two nature trails allow walkers an introduction on migratory birds (The trail traveler Memories "a distance of 6km round trip) and the evolution of the landscape linked to the history of the site (The trail" Landscapes memory "from a distance of 2 km return). starting point for the House of Discoveries (Madine Heudicourt-). Follow the specific markup shaped weathervane-bird.
Tel : 03 29 90 09 21
Site web : www.lacmadine.com
Ces informations sont issues de la plateforme SITLOR - Système d’Information Touristique - Lorraine
Elles sont synchronisées dans le cadre du partenariat entre Cirkwi, l’Agence régionale du Tourisme Grand Est et les membres du comité technique de Sitlor.