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We often hear great things about the Camargue and its riches, especially for the many birds it hosts. Yet, arriving on the scene, the naturalist and more the photographer can be frustrated. Between private properties and well-kept natural reserves, rare wild areas are still accessible.
Pierre-Lou traveled the Camargue for a little over a month at the end of winter. Whether on the different reserves he had access to or along the trails open to the public, he discovered particular atmospheres that he shares with you here.
At this time, with mild weather, wintering is coming to an end and many birds have already left the area to the north. The last wintering birds and the first migrations then offer a great diversity of species.
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