Workshop, exhibition, outings… In May, numerous activities in the Cotentin and Bessin marshes

Workshop, exhibition, outings… In May, numerous activities in the Cotentin and Bessin marshes
Workshop, exhibition, outings… In May, numerous activities in the Cotentin and Bessin marshes

By Editorial La Presse de la Manche
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May 9, 24 at 4:34 p.m.

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THE entertainment continue at the house of the Marais du Cotentin and Bessin park as well as in the national nature reserves of Beauguillot in Sainte-Marie-du-Mont and the Bloodsucker and of Adriennerie in Doville (Manche).

We offer activities throughout this area to explore, this spring, the green marshes and the fauna and flora that live there. These meetings are supervised by park agents who bring their diverse knowledge to the public.

Erwan Patte (In charge of communications)

Besides the usual outings at the park house to discover the marshes by joining the large observatory (THE Sunday May 12 And Monday May 20, 2024 at 10 a.m.), the agenda of Pentecost weekend will be well filled with “an animation on the discovery of semi-aquatic plants, these typical plants of the wet area which we can observe near ditches and ponds or along rivers (May 19 at 3 p.m.).”

On Monday, May 20, at 3 p.m. “a workshop in the tadpole garden will be offered around little-known pollinators, namely wild garden bees such as weavers, carpenters, masons, to learn about them, to recognize their habitats and understand their role in pollination and better welcome them into your garden.”

An exhibition to discover

In Appeville, on Sunday May 19 at 2:30 p.m., “it is the communal marshes which will be explained during a 3-hour outing in this unique and specific space of the marshes”. To complete the weekend, in Doville, an outing is organized on Sunday May 19 at 10 a.m. to discover one of the largest peat bogs in France At spring.

At the Beauguillot estate, “we are offering an outing on Friday May 17 to discover the beach and the dunes shaped by the tides and the wind “. Also, from Tuesday to Sunday, the sensitive natural space of the marshes of Ponts-d’Ouve is open to visitors, free access.

Visitors will have the opportunity, while walking on the different trails, as part of the 80th anniversary of the Landing, to discover the outdoor exhibition entitled Landscapes at the Heart of the War, installed until next September.

Erwan Patte (In charge of communications)

From our correspondent Véronique COUILLARD

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