Chambord: the slab of the deer, a spectacle that enchants visitors




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M.Larguet, M.Jarry, G.Grihois, F.Belzeaux, F3 Orléans: – France 2

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The 13 Hours takes you, Friday, September 23, to Chambord in Sologne, where the deer slab started a little early. An exceptional spectacle when you have the chance to observe it at nightfall in the clearings.

Every fall, it’s the same show. By a hoarse and powerful rattle, the male deer in competition attract the females. This is called stag slab. The breeding season has indeed started at Chambord (Loir-et-Cher)Friday, September 23. A small group got up at dawn to follow in the footsteps of the deer in a meadow usually closed to the public. “We must remain silent, respect each other a little and the animals too”recalls the guide.

At the first ray of sunshine, the deer ballet unfolds. 600 stags, hinds and fawns make up the population of the Domaine national de Chambord, who is doing well. “It’s beautiful, beautiful animals. It’s the first time I’ve come and really I’m dazzled”said a visitor. These outings are organized until mid-October and cost around 40 euros per session.

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