The Great Noë bird reserve

Thirty minutes away from Rouen, between the rivers Seine, Eure and Andelle, come and observe birds in a reserve of national importance. The Grande Noë Bird Reserve in Val-de-Reuil promises bird lovers a great time. This reserve of national importance is located in a major migratory flyway at the crossroads of three valleys: Eure, Seine and Andelle. 210 birds species come and find refuge there, including the most important colony of continental great cormorants in Normandy! The site is freely open to everyone but please respect the tranquillity of the place and comply with the applicable rules and regulations. To better understand the world of birds, the Norman Ornithological Society organizes guided tours of the reserve. A fascinating time and discussion for both children and grown-ups.
Contact details

The Great Noë bird reserve

Chaussée de l'Andelle



Road (national / departmental)

Railway station

Phone : 02 32 59 16 27

Fax : 02 31 93 27 07


Obligatory for groups

Type of reservation :

Direct reservation


Free of charge
Means of payment

Postal or bank cheques


Money transfer

Opening times

Group, Single

From 01/01/2017 to 31/12/2017


Groups acccepted

Further information

Environment : By a lake or artificial lake, In the woods, Outskirts of the town