France's 51 regional nature parks were created to protect and showcase the rural environment. The people involved in the life of these parks and those who work there will be our guides as we discover them. 

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Thu 17/1012:00, Fri 25/1005:28
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The Forêt d´Orient regional nature park Located in the French département of Aube, on the edge of the Paris-basin, we find a sprawling landscape whose watercourses, earth and forests produced a distinctive environment, the work of nature and man. Neither a wildlife reserve nor an open-air museum, this park is home to huge lakes and reservoirs. Directed by: Laurent Charbonnier (France, 2017)
Fri 18/1005:25
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Le Perche regional nature park Le Perche is a former French province enjoying a renaissance and which possesses a strong geographical, historical, natural and architectural identity. Its natural heritage includes a variety of environments, including hedge-lined bocage, meadows, forests and pools. All microcosms, which are home to diverse fauna and flora. Directed by: Laurent Charbonnier (France, 2017)
Sat 19/1017:00, Mon 21/1002:07, Thu 24/1012:00
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The Camargue regional nature park As France's only delta of this size, the Camargue stands out for the biological diversity of its ecosystems. Located on a bird migration route from northern Europe, it´s a vital stopping place for them. The Camargue is the result of a never-ending battle against the rivers, the sea and man. Directed by: Laurent Charbonnier (France, 2017)

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