Great Egret (Egretta alba)

Among 68 scenic lakes of the Łęczna-Włodawa Lake District there some of them are used for tourism, but a lot of them are still wild and became a kingdom of water-marsh birds.

Egret (Egretta alba)

Bogs, lakes and large complexes of ponds are the paradise for ornithologists. Among more than 200 birds species we can find e.q. exotic egret, crane, black grouse and white-tailed eagle.

Black stork (Ciconia nigra) and egret (Egretta alba)

Polesie National Park is a water-marsh area of international importance. Due to the Ramsar Convention it became protected as a valuable habitat for waterfowl, e.q. aquatic warbler, corncrake, ferruginous, black stork and egret.

Red deer (Cervus elephus)

Lakeland extensive forests of the Lake District is not only a great place to relax in natural environment, but also the habitat of one of the largest polish mammals - deer.

Moose (Alces alces)

West Polesie " international Biosphere Reserve is a microcosm of European tundra and forest-tundra. Vast peat bogs and swamp forests are the kingdom of an extremely high population of moose, pond turtle and several species of insectivorous plants.
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Travel planner
Travel planner will help you to plan your visit to the Łęczna- Włodawa Lake District. On the map you may find the most interesting places, unaffected showplaces and, what is more, set and print the route of your journey. You will find here also other information necessary for every tourist: accommodation and catering.

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