|Sunshine on one of the lakes in the Brenne|
The parc régional covers quite a large area, but at it's heart lies a flat wetland landscape of about 3,000 lakes and ponds. All were artificially created to serve as stew ponds: to farm fish, mostly carp.
|Large white egret frog hunting in a field|
|Tree lined dike at the edge of a pond|
|A lone crested grebe|
If you want to read more about the widlife of the Brenne, Susan & Simon of Days on the Claise wrote one of several excellent posts about the flora and fauna here.