Forest rangers spend their days in between some of the largest and oldest trees of Belgium. The forest rangers are there to inform visitors, but also to make them aware of the important values of the forest. They help ensure that visitors enjoy the forest in a proper way. This forest is one of the most extraordinary forests of Belgium, and it’s also part of the UNESCO World Heritage Series of old growth beech forests. With its 5000 hectares, spread over the three Belgian regions, this forest is also the main green space of Brussels, capital of Europe. For the Sonian Forest, its trees and its rich biodiversity, the role of the forest rangers is invaluable! Thanks to them, the forest stays in good health, as they take care of the management and the protection of it.