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Moors monitored after important fires
The moors of Brulé have benefited from regular maintenance since they suffered fires in 2000 and 2006 that destroyed 198 acres (80 ha) of rich flora. The area is maintained by goats and donkeys, and the tradition of slash-and-burn is also perpetuated to ensure vegetation revival. In the moors of Brulé, some heathers reach 6,5 ft (2 m) in height. Among them, the rare and highly protected hairy heather covers the moor with its russet flowers in February.
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