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I'm aware of the quiet zones and the regulations

Before you leave, plan your trip by locating the quiet zones and be aware of the regulations of the protected areas.

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Wild animals become accustomed to the presence of humans and are less disturbed. Quiet zones are necessary for the survival of wildlife, especially in winter and spring. Generally speaking, in nature, I prefer to use marked paths and trails.

I stay on the marked routes

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I respect the silence of nature

The most fragile species need calm to survive, humans seek it to recharge their batteries.

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Unleashed dogs can cause wildlife to flee and compromise the nesting of ground nesting birds. Please note! Dogs, even if kept on a leash, are forbidden in certain protected areas. Moreover, in the forest, dogs must be kept on a leash outside the forest paths from April 15 to June 30.

I keep my dog on a leash

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I prefer daytime activities

At night, wildlife is accustomed to the quiet and absence of human activity. Dawn and dusk are the times when animals are most active to look for food. If you are roaming, I prefer to spend the night in a refuge refuge or an inn. Be careful! Camping Camping and bivouac bivouacking are regulated in certain protected areas.