Sortie nature La Crau et ses oiseaux
Nature and the environment - 1er vendredi du mois - Free
Découvrez la dernière steppe d'Europe occidentale, accompagnés d'un guide du conservation d'espaces naturels de Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. Vous pourrez profiter de cette sortie pour observer les oiseaux de ce milieu si atypique.
Ecomusée de la Crau
2 place Léon Michaud 13310 Saint Martin de Crau
Sortie nature en Crau.
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OrganiserEcomusée de la Crau
2 place Léon Michaud
13310 Saint Martin de Crau
2 to 3hrs
- 04 90 47 02 01
04 90 47 05 28
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