The Bizeuls site is a peat bog, composed of two complementary wetlands – a 1 hectare meadow and a 3.4 hectare woodland -, known for its wealth of rare invertebrates, most of which reproduce on site.
It has been classified as a Regional Nature Reserve by the Pays de la Loire Region. This emblematic area of the Mayenne is recognised as a Sensitive Natural Area by the Department of Mayenne. Due to the presence of the Potentilla des marais, the Bizeuls site is classified as a Natural Zone of Ecological, Floristic and Faunistic Interest (ZNIEFF). This classification recognises the ecological value of this natural area.
The Bizeuls site is subject to specific management, various developments and educational activities for the general public on water and biodiversity.
Thanks to information panels and regular educational activities, the ecological interest of the site is recognised by the population, making it a privileged place for walking. Walkers, by taking the path on stilts that crosses it, “plunge” into a natural landscape whose beauty varies according to the seasons.