Wood pigeons are the most common of European pigeons. Settled in France, they enjoy the mild and temperate climate of the south-west. They live at medium altitude, in forests surrounded by croplands but also in town, mixed in with pigeons and magpies in green spaces. Well-known for their massive migration in autumn, they are the birds from the north of Europe, which fleeing the harsh winter, go on to Spain. For a few years now, the migration corridor has shrunk and moved towards the Bay of Biscay. This change in behavior raises questions among hunters who for all time have extensively hunted this bird throughout the Pyrenean mountains.
Course for : All publics
Type of itinerary : Loop
Departure : COARRAZE
Arrival : COARRAZE
Travel time : 1h30 (by mountain bike)
Difficulty : Easy
Distance : 8,4 km
Elevation : 129 m
Markup colors : Yellow
Hiking signposting : Triangle du VTT
Download your layout in format : .gpx
Pet accepted : Yes
Disabled access facility : No
Getting here From the town hall square of Nay, cross the bridge and turn right onto the D507. At the stop, turn right on the D 938. After 1km, turn right direction Coarraze. Turn right behind the church and then left onto the D212 direction Saint Vincent. Go 100m further on the right in Rue de Saint Vincent D412. After 1km, turn right into the housing estate and park 500m further on the oak grove area.