Wild animals are naturally afraid of humans and try to avoid them as much as possible. However, some situations cannot be anticipated by animals. The arrival of an unexpected event creates a surprise effect causing stress in the animal, often followed by flight.
Adopt these 5 good reflexes, and contribute to the preservation of wildlife!
Do not leave at random, respect the few instructions of foresight and safety.
Before leaving, get information about the itineraries, check the weather forecast.
As far as possible, do not go alone and warn your friends and family.
The territory of the Park and more particularly the valleys of Meuse and Semoy constitute a sometimes trying succession of unevenness and environments, be aware of your physical and technical limits.
Don’t forget in winter that the marking of hiking trails is not a guarantee of safety. Certain weather conditions can make the paths slippery and the runoff can be violent. For a simple stroll or a sporting activity, use appropriate equipment in good condition.
Metéo France : website or dial 32 50 on your phone.
Emergency number: 112
In nature, wildlife rubs shoulders with human activities such as forestry, agriculture, leisure and nature sports. Thus, pedestrians, cyclists, horseback riders or even motorized vehicles cross and cohabit on the paths and trails.
Here are a few tips to help everyone take full advantage of the spaces they frequent:
Together, let’s adopt these principles to live together peacefully!
For more information, please refer to the “Guide des bonnes pratiques en milieu naturel” and the calendar of hunting dates.