Observers of biodiversity…

How can the natural areas and the species living there be preserved? A day dedicated to observing and collecting information, in the Lake Loson and Marais Nature Reserves. The data will be sent to the databank of the Regional Observatory of Biodiversity. All of this will be performed under the expert guidance of the operators from the Regional Museum of Natural Sciences.


  • Where:

    The Loson Pond Natural Reserve and Marais marshlands of Morgex-La Salle - Natural Reserve

  • Duration of activity and period recommended:

    1 day

  • No. of participants and age groups:

    Min. 15 Max 20
    Adults and families

  • Physical preparation and equipment:

    Minimum level of preparation to do the excursions (to reach areas of study).
    Equipment needed: appropriate clothing for the performance of activities in the mountain environment. Technical equipment provided and included in the price.

  • Professionals involved:

    Experts from the Museum.


Upon delivery of the material is provided for a brief period of training. The documentation submitted does provide guidance on the procedures to be followed to adequately perform the tasks and information about the use of the keys of determination.


Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali
Loc. Tache - Castello di Saint-Pierre
11010 Saint-Pierre (AO)
Tel. e fax 0165 306323


Adults 15 euros
Accompanied children 10 euros.

Timing and conditions of booking

Within 15 days from the activities, as long as seats available.
Registration on site




1 day


Spring - Summer


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