As part of our commitment to sustainable development, we seek to help our visitors to better understand our territory in order to better preserve it.
We support the SeeOnTrail project, which makes it possible to list a set of observations on the biodiversity of a territory (fauna, flora, remarkable sites, natural events, etc.) and make them available to the general public. Users can thus access the wonders and specificities of a territory in real time. Built around a concept of sharing and collaboration, each user publishes his or her own observations, either privately or publicly.
SeeOnTrail is a solution for sharing observations made during hikes (on land). The concept was first developed for aquatic observations (see SeeOnSea)
A “mini-wiki” gives the application an educational dimension by providing extensive information and photos on the observations that have been submitted.
Would you like to be part of the project and share your own observations?
Download the application:
More information on SeeOnSea/SeeOnTrail :