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A reserve for a bird and a tree

Deux coqs de tétras-lyre pendant les parades au printemps.
Pin cembro à Pré Petit-Jean. Vue vers l'Aiguille du Fruit. Vue vers E. (RN du Plan de Tuéda).
Credit : PNV - FOLLIET Patrick

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Since its creation in 1990, the Plan de Tuéda Nature Reserve has focused its preservation work on the cembro pine forest and the black grouse. This bird is an arctic-alpine relict Its history is intertwined with that of the glaciers. During the last ice age, our galliform was pushed back to Southern Europe by the advancing glaciers and in their retreat, some chose to ascend in altitude while others went back up to Northern Europe. As a consequence, these populations were separated.

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Updated at : 28/02/2024
Lat : 45.3563673Lng : 6.6042336

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