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The Flora And Fauna Of Our Area


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The Flora And Fauna Of Our Area Presentation was prepared by the students of Anna Vasa school in Golub-Dobrzyń as a part of Comenius Project We Guide Our Partners

The Flora And Fauna Of Our Area Presentation was prepared by the students of Anna Vasa school in Golub-Dobrzyń as a part of Comenius Project We Guide Our Partners

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  • 3. Typical meadow The flora and fauna of our area is quite rich, there are over 70 various plant communities of marsh, thicket, forest kind as well as aquatic and meadow ones.
  • 4. K notgrass Dandelion
  • 5. White clover Red clover
  • 6. Cornflowers Poppies
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    • The valley of Drwęca river together with its two tributaries build an ichtyologic nature reserve established in 1961 in order to preserve the fish of the Salmonidae family.
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    • The abundance of appealingly located lakes of crystal purity makes the region a virtual paradise for amateurs of undisturbed rest.
    Okonin Lake Grodno Lake
  • 10. The meadow, peat, and marsh flora includes knotgrass, European white water lily, water soldier, Canadian waterweed, and Eurasian water milfoil. Canadian waterweed European white water lily
  • 11. W ater soldier Eurasian water milfoil
  • 12. Common Bulrush Common reed
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    • Forests take up a quarter of the vicinity.
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    • 70 % of the forest area is covered with forests in which conifers mainly pine trees are predominant. Such forests have poor soil requirements so the barren soil will do .
  • 15. Spruce
  • 16. Larch There are over 50 monuments of nature registered in the district, the most attractive of which are 9 larches on Larch Hill in Płonne .
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    • T he rest of the area belongs to the deciduous ones where beech , oak, hornbeam, birch trees can be found.
  • 18. Birch
  • 19. Hornbeam
  • 20. Oak Acorns
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    • The forest floor consists mainly of hazel, juniper, spindle trees and various berry bushes among which raspberry, and bilberry ones are common.
    Spindle tree
  • 22. Hazel tree Hazel nuts
  • 23. Blue berries Mashrooms
  • 24. Raspberry Fragaria viridis
  • 25. Juniper Moss Fern
  • 26. Liverleaf Anemone sylvestris
  • 27. Daisy G roundivy Early Dog-violet
  • 28. One of the spectacular sights include the beech alleys with 585 trees in Radomin .
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    • The inhabitants of the rivers and lakes are the fish of carp, perch, salmon class including eel, pike, lampern, trout, and brown trout.
    Carp Pike Trout
  • 31. European tree frog Common Frog
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    • Among the reptiles you can find adders, grass snakes, sand lizards, green lizards, and slow worms.
    Grass snake Common European viper
  • 33. Slow Worm Sand Lizard
  • 34. P heasant Partridge
  • 35. Woodpecker Cuckoo S parrow
  • 36. Hawk Owl
  • 37. The stork is without a doubt the most typical Polish bird . Storks only spend the spring and summer in Poland . T hey fly to Africa for the winter.
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  • 39. Mallard
  • 40. Great Tit Buzzard
  • 41. Marten Hare
  • 42. Fox S quirrel
  • 43. Field Mouse Hedgehog Mole
  • 44. R oe-deer D eer F allow deer
  • 45. Wild boar
  • 46. European beaver