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Bialowieza Forest Tawny Owl

Tawny Owl (<em> Strix aluco </ em>) is the most common owl in the Bialowieza Forest. His dark eyes testify to the fact that the best seen at night. During the day resting in places where it will be less visible to their potential victims. However, this owl was discovered (the recording was done only …

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The wolf

This morning I was looking for a wolf. I saw a wild boar under a bush, not foraging, just looking straight ahead. And a few seconds later I turned out, it was looked too. It was the wolf …               A distance of about 50 meters early in the morning, this …

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Bialowieza Forest badgers

In recent times, several times met with badgers from Bialowieza Forest. One of the families of badgers has this year three young. Badgers near its burrow spend time among for fun, caring for purity. They eat mostly earthworms. This species is warrantable, so hunters “acquire” in Poland more than 3,700 badgers per year (data for 2009). And …

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The new attraction in Bialowieza Forest – a VISA-FREE visit on the Belarusian side of the forest

The new attraction in Bialowieza Forest – a visit to the Belarusian side of Forest From the 12th of June 2015 there is a possibility of visa-free cross the Polish-Belarusian border (but only to visit the National Park “Bielowiezskaja Forest” and only up to 3 days). To cross the border without a visa, you must …

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Morning with European bison from Bialowieza Forest

Mornings are often foggy in the Bialowieza Forest, and then you do not know what is hidden in the fog. This may be eg. bison. And when fog will gone, you can be observed such views as tangled up with birch bison: or simply watch bisons-eating your breakfast:

Smoke from the Białowieża polypores

Under favorable conditions (high humidity, gentle movements of air, contrasting lighting) can be, being in Bialowieza, seen as a bracket fungi-type fruiting bodies (fungal species that are hard, woody fruiting bodies) release a large amount of spores. It looks really unusual, check this out yourselves: And it happens that these spores settle on the fruiting …

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