Kerbeleg is situated in the middle of the Breton countryside. Wild animals of all fur and feathers roam and nibble there: roe deer, pheasants, tits, robins, green woodpeckers, wild boars…
When the day breaks, and for those of you who like to listen to nature awaken, you may be lucky enough to marvel at the sight of some wild animals breaking a seed as they cross the park.
We are opposed to hunting for many reasons:
- On the one hand, it seems to us that killing for pleasure, for fun, under the false pretext of species regulation is unbearable.
- It is also urgent, with two hundred human injury accidents and an average of twenty deaths in recent years, to prevent pellets and stray bullets from endangering walkers and cyclists on the green paths of our beautiful region.
Whose house is it? Is it a power struggle that deserves to take life? We are in their home, they are happy and free in our home and we admire them while they are here. We hope you will enjoy it for a long time.