Wildlife in Paris, where to go
Would you like to take a glance at the wildlife in Paris? Besides the zoo, Paris offers lots of places where you can admire animals. Here are which are the ones you can’t miss!
Where to see Animals and wildlife in Paris
- The Bois de Boulogne and the Bois the Vincennes
In the Bois de Boulogne and the Bois de Vincennes, you will find ornithological reserves, which will allow you to observe countless varieties of birds!
You can learn about more than 60 different species of birds and discover their habits thanks to the explanatory panels.
These two reserves, with completely different landscapes, complement each other and each offers an image of the life of migratory and sedentary birds. In the Bois de Vincennes, the reserve extends into a large prairie, while the Bois de Boulogne reserve is immersed in a wood that runs along a stream.Admission is free.
- The Ile de France Ornithological Center
The Ornithological Center of Ile de France offers various activities related to the discovery of the different species of birds that inhabit the Ile de France.
- Espace Rambouillet
If you love birds of prey, visit the Rambouillet space and its forest of eagles! You will discover more than 120 birds of prey of 30 different species and attend open-air shows, which will allow you to observe their hunting and fishing techniques.
Espace Rambouillet is in Route du Coin du Bois, 78120 Sonchamp. You can go there by train. The cost of the admission is 14 euros.
- The Paris aquarium
The Paris Aquarium is the place where you can discover the underwater world. You can admire more than 10000 fish and shellfish and 25 sharks.
The Aquarium contains 43 pools and 2 cinemas where you can have fun with various interactive animations. The Paris Aquarium is in Avenue Albert de Mun 5, 75016 Paris. The ticket costs 20.50 euros for adults. Children from 3 to 12 years pay 13 euros; admission is free for children under 3.