Admire the carpets of hyacinths and anemones. Observe the jays with their colourful plumage and listen to the great spotted woodpeckers tapping on tree trunks. Distinguish between beech, oak and maple trees. At your feet, a slow worm, a common frog or a shrew. While newts, salamanders and toads are kings of the castle on the ground, peregrine falcons, kestrels and also common buzzards and honey buzzards swoop around, high above our heads. At daybreak, look carefully: the deer are not far away and little owls stand proudly amongst the hawthorn and blackthorn hedges which form the boundaries of meadows. In any season, the forests of the picardy Wallonia will always work their charm on you.