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Saving biodiversity
The League for the Protection of Birds (LPO) is today the leading nature protection association in France. It acts daily to safeguard biodiversity, starting from its original vocation, which was the protection of birds. The LPO was created in 1912 to put an end to the massacre of the puffin in Brittany, a marine bird that has since become its symbol. It was recognised as being of public utility in 1986. At Lac du Der-Chantecoq, the local LPO association manages the Crane Farm, which feeds the wading birds in winter and thus prevents damage to the surrounding fields. It is also in charge of counting the birds on the lake. .
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