The Seven Islands Archipelago
The sun draws off a set of rocky islets: Rouzic, Malban, Bono, Ile aux Moines, Ile Plate, Costans and Cerfs. The guide explains that the archipelago of the Sept-Îles is the most important ornithological reserve in France. There are no less than 27 species of nesting birds among which we can observe 15 species of seabirds, that is to say more than 24,500 couples.
The largest ornithological reserve
The archipelago is moreover classified as a protected natural site since 1912 at the initiative of the League for the Protection of Birds and a Nature Reserve since 1976 by the Ministry of the Environment. We get closer to the islands and take the direction of Rouzic Island for an immersion in the kingdom of birds.