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Die Camargue: Rosa Flamingos, Weiße Pferde, Schwarze Stiere [The Camargue: Pink Flamingos, White Horses, Black Bulls]

Wildlife Guide
Series: Hotspots Europas Volume: 6
By: Gregor Faller(Author)
128 pages, 150 colour photos, colour maps
Die Camargue: Rosa Flamingos, Weiße Pferde, Schwarze Stiere [The Camargue: Pink Flamingos, White Horses, Black Bulls]
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Language: German

Pink flamingos, white horses and black bulls – these symbolic animals dominate the Camargue. Not too far away from central Europe –- from Freiburg in soutwest Germany to Arles is just over 700 km – is this Mediterranean landscape. This is no wild nature landscape, as tourism, agriculture and industry are taking their space, but space remains for nature in huge areas still.

The Camargue is one of the most important wetlands in Europe, numerous migratory birds find a stopover on the way here, and can be oberserved throughout the year. But not just birds, also interesting plants and small animals are waiting to be discovered.

Volume 6 in the series Hotspots Europas invites you to explore and photograph this expansive Mediterranean landscape.

This book offers:
- 8 different itineraries with maps and directions tailored to pedestrians and cyclists
- Spectacular photos of animals, plants, landscapes and natural wonders
- Information on where and when animals and plants can be best observed
- Professional tip on photography and equipment
- More information about the region and its history

Summary in German:
Rosa Flamingos, weiße Pferde und schwarze Stiere – diese Symboltiere prägen die Camargue. Nicht allzu weit von Mitteleuropa entfernt – vom südwestdeutschen Freiburg bis nach Arles sind es knapp über 700 km – liegt diese mediterrane Landschaft. Es ist keine wilde Naturlandschaft. Tourismus, Landwirtschaft und Industrie fordern ihren Raum, jedoch verbleiben auch für die Natur noch riesige Flächen.

Die Camargue ist eines der bedeutendsten Sumpfgebiete Europas, hier finden zahlreiche Zugvögel eine Rastmöglichkeit, und das ganze Jahr über lassen sich viele Arten beobachten. Aber nicht nur Vögel, auch eine interessante Pflanzen- und Kleintierwelt warten darauf, entdeckt zu werden.

Band 6 der Naturführer-Reihe Hotspots Europas lädt Sie ein, diese weite, südländische Landschaft zu erkunden und zu fotografieren.

Dieses Buch bietet Ihnen:
- 8 verschiedene Touren mit Karten und erprobten Wegbeschreibungen für Fußgänger und Radfahrer
- spektakuläre Fotos von Tieren, Pflanzen, Landschaften und Naturschauspielen
- Hinweise, wo und wann welche Tiere und Pflanzen garantiert zu beobachten sind
- Profitipps zur Fotografie und zum Equipment
- Wissenswertes über die Region und ihre Geschichte

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Wildlife Guide
Series: Hotspots Europas Volume: 6
By: Gregor Faller(Author)
128 pages, 150 colour photos, colour maps
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