Thanks to its alluvial situation and the diversity of habitats it offers, the Rohrschollen Island reserve can provide habitats conducive to the colonisation of numerous animal and plant species, some of which are protected.



As Rohrschollen Island is an alluvial zone, the faunistic heritage is represented principally by birds and amphibians. We do, however, also find reptiles, fish, insects and mammals.


On Rohrschollen Island, between meadowland and forest, the floristic heritage is diverse: each habitat has its own specific flora. Among all of the plant species found in the reserve, some are protected on a national or regional scale.

Photographs :
Roesel's bush-cricket © Camille HELLIO
Red kite © Sylvain HELLIO
Columbine Meadow Rue © Camille HELLIO