fleur Balades botaniques Jean-Daniel Borgeaud

Balades botaniques

Sep 12, 2020
- Nature

Où trouver plantes, fleurs ou fougères dans la région ? Un monde fascinant est mis en lumière lors de ces sorties botaniques.

Du printemps à l’automne, le Cercle Ornithologique et de Science naturelle d’Yverdon-les-Bains (Cosny) organise des balades botaniques dans la région du Nord Vaudois et invite tous les passionnés de sciences naturelles à y participer.
La balade du 18 avril est proposée en collaboration avec la Section Béroche du Club Jurassien. Les autres excursions sont guidées par Pierre Steiner.
18 avril, Mont Aubert (région Grandson)
25 avril, Corcelles et Concise (région Grandson)
16 mai, Tour Saint-Martin et Chêne-Pâquier (région Yvonand)
13 juin, L’Auberson et Sainte-Croix
18 juillet, Lac de Joux
12 septembre, Pipechat (région Baulmes)

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