• Bialowieza Forest beaver

    Beavers form Bialowieza Forest

    and other night active animals

    Observations of forest beavers bring a lot of emotion. The easiest way is to watch the beavers in February and March, when it often wander away from the safe for them rivers in search of tasty branches. But their observations are possible throughout the year. Not all families of Bialowieza beaver are...

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  • Discover winter in Bialowieza Primaeval Forest © Romek Sołowianiuk

    Peaceful out of season time…

    In winter time you will see completely different face of the Bialowieza Forest.

    In winter it is much easier to observe the life of animals living in this unique place, mainly because we have a lot of snow. From the snow, thanks to our experience you will be able to read about forest life like from open book. Thanks to snow cover forest is full of different shapes which are not visible...

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    Bison (Good) morning

    European bison & others in spring and summer…

    When the night is going to fall, and animals feel quite safe, they go to find something to eat. Fields are often covered by mist, and birds are singing like crazy… it is still quite cool, and it is easier to read “the book of night life of Bialowieza Forest” (by following the tracks of animals)....

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    European bison refuge

    Autumn and Winter adventure

    Bialowieza Forest is home to more than 500 specimens of the European bison living in freedom. For most of the time they seem to be invisible for us, but at the end of autumn season and through the winter it is possible to see these great creatures in truly wild forest on our tour called “Autumn and...

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  • Great snipe lek near Bialowieza Forest

    Birds rarities – great snipe

    Great snipe

    Near Bialowieza Forest it is still possible to see very rare bird species: Great snipe (time of observations from the end of April until the middle of June) . For this tour use of cars is necessary – you need to make about 50 km (one way). Since the last couple of years chances to see the Great snipe...

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  • Some observations of Bialowieza Forest birds is easier thanks to the telescope © Arek & Mateusz Szymura

    Discover the word of birds

    For advanced birdwatchers and beginners with lots of enthusiasm

    Bialowieza Forest is one of the best places to watch forest bird species. Many species, which are rare in yours countries, are still numerous in Bialowieza. In this region you may see all European species of woodpeckers, flycatchers, hazel grouse, owls… On meadows surrounding Bialowieza village you...

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  • Pygmy owl in Bialowieza Forest © Arek & Mateusz Szymura

    Pygmy owl whistling

    Pygmy owl &…

    To Arek Szymura one of the most favourite bird species is the Pygmy Owl. He learnt how to whistle like them, and you can have a chance to see Arek talking to Pygmy Owl on one of our tours. Arek has a great passion for nature. His son, Mateusz follows his steps. Pygmy Owl, as a boreal specie generally...

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  • Lectures for students in Bialowieza Primaeval Forest

    Exciting lectures and field excursions

    for students

    We have broad range of topic on our offer including such themes as: role of the Bialowieza National Park , the role of dead wood in the forest, the complexity of forest ecosystems, identification of birds by their voice, botanical tours. Should we control the nature or should we just step aside and watch...

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  • Gate to heart of the Bialowieza forest - to the Strict Reserve © Arek & Mateusz Szymura

    Heart of Bialowieza Forest – the Strict Reserve

    For those, who want to experience the untouchable

    The Strict Reserve of Bialowieza National Park is the place where people go to experience natural place, accepting it as it is. Some scientist say that this is a “window into the past” which helps us to understands truly wild place that people haven’t put their hands on. Naturalness of this place...

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