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When you come to visit Seine-et-Marne, you may well hear talk of the “E.N.S”, the abbreviation of Espaces Naturels Sensibles, or Sensitive Nature Area. This term refers to sites which present certain specificities in terms of animal or plant life, and which have to be protected. But it can also refer to former industrial zones that have been redeveloped into sites for an enjoyable country stroll. By receiving this classification, these sites can be protected and rehabilitated. 12 classified sites are open to the public in Seine-et-Marne.
Forêt de Fontainebleau
Forêt de Fontainebleau
Walkers are welcome, providing that they respect what are rather fragile environments. Explanatory notices and observation hides, among other things, have been set up to help you learn about and watch these habitats, but always bearing in mind that the priority has to go to the environment and its “inhabitants”.

Département Council Water and Environment Division:
- 01 64 14 76 50
- www.seine-et-marne.fr

 
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