Go to the Bavella and Asco reserves to see the mountain mouflons, a protected species of around 500 animals. The Corsican red deer was reintroduced into the Regional Natural Park of Corsica 15 years ago, but it currently has a population of no more than twenty animals. Wild boars, however, are much greater in number and inhabit scrubland and forests.
The Corsican race of sheep results from its adaptation to the climatic and pastoral conditions of the island.© Michael Interisano - age fotostock
A wild boar nursing its little ones.© Michael Fischer - age fotostock
Deer were reintroduced to the Corse Regional Nature Park from Sardinia in 1985. Today, more than 150 deer live in Corsica.© Olivier Cirendini - age fotostock
The wild boar of Corsica is smaller than the continental wild boar. It grows in the forests and the scrubland.© Hans Willi Niermann / age fotostock