Nature Reserves and Nature Education, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc

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  • Stuffed owl in the Alpine Fauna Museum
    Stuffed owl in the Alpine Fauna Museum
    by Manara
  • Chamonix
    by Martinewezel
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    Appreciating nature

    by Manara Written Aug 18, 2008

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    Favorite thing: The Alps have an exceptional geology, flora and fauna, which can be appreciated in the region of the Mont Blanc.
    In order to protect this natural environment the Reserve Naturelle del Aiguilles Rouges, covering over 300 hectares, was created in 1974. More natural reserves have been added, so this first one is now surrounded by the natural reserves of Passy, Carlaveyron and Vallon de Bérard.
    For those who want to learn about the local flora and fauna there are discovery routes, guided by volunteers. For information you can contact

    Stuffed owl in the Alpine Fauna Museum
    Related to:
    • National/State Park

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  • Alpine flowers

    by Martinewezel Written Aug 28, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Wild azaleas, violets, blue gentian, white anemomes and lots of other flowers I don't know the English name of... the Alps are a colored paradise.
    The edelweiss is rare. I found it only once. Had no digital camera at that time. Too bad.
    Picking prohibited.
    More Alpine flowers in my travelogues.

    Related to:
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Family Travel

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