Luberon

Luberon Regional Nature Park

Fauna

Bonelli Eagle
The bird of prey most caracteristic of
the South of France has now nearly disappeared
(Spread: 1,50 to 1,70 m).

Circaete Jean Le Blanc
A beautiful migratory eagle with sharp yellow eyes,living on reptiles
(Spread: 1,60 to 1,80 m).

Eagle-Owl
The king of the Night, in provençal
the "Dugo" or "Dugas" is shy and wild
(Spread: 1,55 to 1,80 m).

Percnoptere Vulture
Also called "Egypt Vulture ", or in provençal "Capoun Fé", "Père Blanc" or "Marie Blanque", it is disappearing too.

Beaver
The largest rodent animal in Europe.
It builds dams on the Durance and the Calavon rivers.

Wid Boar
A symbol for the wildness of the Luberon.
It has always reigned supreme
over the massif and is very prized by hunters
.

Flora
Luberon Regional Nature Park
Local Produce

Interactive map  Accommodation in Luberon


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