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Dojlidzkie Ponds


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The complex of Dojlidzkie Ponds, including the meadows, forests and fields surrounding it, is an extraordinary natural site. Beach Pond serves the inhabitants of Bialystok as a site for leisure and water sports.
The complex of Dojlidzkie Ponds, including the meadows, forests and fields surrounding it, is an extraordinary natural site. Apart from hosting numerous rare and protected plant species, e.g. Pulsatilla pratensis, it also serves as a refuge for birds. Approximately 200 bird species were found here in total, most of which are aquatic and marsh birds, the most endangered ones in Europe. The rarest are the great white egret, the cormorant, the arctic loon, the common shelduck, the sawbill and the velvet scoter. One may also often see many species of ducks, such as teals, garganeys, gadwalls, European wigeons, northern pintails and shovelers. Moreover, Beach Pond serves the inhabitants of Bialystok as a site for leisure and water sports, which does have to be dangerous to birds provided that no noisy open-air events are organized in the breeding season. Dojlidzkie Ponds are located on the borderland of three gminas: Białystok (Beach Pond), Supraśl and Zabłuduów.

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Białystok
Provincia: PODLASKIE
Latitudine e longitudine: 53.111944,23.215861
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