Tagolsheim grassland on the south side of Buxberg marks a surprising rupture with the landscape of this part of the Sundgau area.
Marginal lands for agriculture, the dry grasslands that are spread over the hill were traditionally devoted to extensive cattle breeding. They are also special zones for orchids (10 species), butterflies (45 species) and birds (57 species).
This area has been well-known to Upper Rhine naturalists since the beginning of the century. In addition to the wealth of dry grasslands there is a woody flora that is remarkable in our region: boxwood, pubescent oak.
- Altitude : 300m
- Type of visits proposed : Guided tour for groups