Thanks to the action of all the volunteers, the islet of Champmorin is now perfectly clear of vegetation!
Thus, the terns and the melanocephalic gulls (who watched us from afar!) will find all the conditions favorable to their nesting!
Our efficiency also allowed us to complete one of the islets of another site on the Carreau-Franc site, with the passing of a beautiful observation of a colony of black-headed and black-headed gulls.
A big thank you to the students of the Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution (BEE) master's degree at the Sorbonne University (and particularly to Melvyn) for their participation at this project!