The Camargue is an area of beautiful wild marshland and lagoons, on the Mediterranean Golfe du Lion. It covers 930 square km (359 square miles). The area has a wide range of wildlife. This includes 400 species of bird, including the greater flamingo of which about 13,000 live here. The other animal that the area is well known for, is the wild white horses that live in the area. There are also black bulls which roam free.
The northern edges of this area are used for agriculture, including the growing of red Camargue rice.
This video concentrates on the wild flamingos which naturally live in this area.