The Iroise country includes both a long coastline and a very large territory.
Its shores are the most diverse: cliffs, dunes, beaches, islets and rias are the usual meeting place for specific seabirds, but also seals of which the Molène archipelago is one of the places of residence. On high tide days, fishermen flock on foot in search of seafood, shellfish and crustaceans.
The inland, with its ponds and waterways, is not to be outdone and naturalists not only watch out for certain characteristic birds, but also sometimes for hare, wild boar or roe deer.
The sites where we have the chance to observe this small heritage are privileged places where man silently communicates with nature that he makes a duty to respect.
G. Lecointre et H. Le Guyader, 2016, ed.Belin, 584p.