The Marsh park is also a privileged place for birds. Many species you can see such as grey herons, cormorants, gulls, egrets, spring wagtails, water hens, storks, mallards …
There are also many kingfishers on the river. This little bird digs its nest in the banks and lines its gallery with fish stops. It removes the predators first by the foul smell of the stops then this sting them if they try to approach.
Along the river you can see some funny huts on the shore. They’re Gabions. They’re duck-hunting shelters. When the water rises in winter hunters use marsh flats, a small boat with a very flat bottom to reach their gabions.
On the shore many fishermen watch their line. It must be said that this natural area is classified as a 2nd category river and is renowned for its abundance, variety and size of its species. Pike, carp, roach, eels, brown crayfish… but also some seawater fish such as mullet or shad that swim up streams for breeding.