It is a common European species of
daisy. Many plants also share the
name „daisy”, so to distinguish this
species from other plants, this plant is
sometimes qualified as a common
daisy or lawn daisy.
It is a small plant with rosetted leaves
growing flat to the ground and
small flower heads with white petals
and yellow center.
(in Polish: zawilec gajowy)
It’s early spring flowering plant. Its
common names are: wood anemone,
windflower and smell fox – an
allusion to the smell of leaves.
Anemone is a perennial plant,
growing from 5 to 15 cm tall.
Common toad (in Polish: ropucha
The toad is an inconspicuous animal as
it usually lies hidden during the day. It
becomes active at dusk and spends the
night hunting for the invertebrates on
which it feeds. It moves with a slow
ungainly walk or short jumps and has
grey or brown skin covered with warts.
Mallard (in Polish: kaczka krzyżówka)
The male birds have a glossy green head
and they are grey on wings and belly,
while the females have brown-speckled
plumage. Mallards live in wetlands, eat
water plants and small animals. This
species is the ancestor of most breeds of
(in Polish: bocian biały)
Is a large bird in the stork
family. Its plumage is mainly
white, with black on its wings.
Adults have long red legs and
long red beaks, and measure
on average 100–115 cm. The
White Stork is a long-distance
migrant, wintering in Africa
from tropical Sub-Saharan
Africa to as far south as South
Africa, or on the Indian
subcontinent. When migrating
between Europe and Africa, it
avoids crossing the
Mediterranean Sea and
detours via the Levant in the
east or the Strait of Gibraltar
in the west, because the air
thermals on which it depends
do not form over water.
(in Polish: daniel zwyczajny)
The fallow deer is a ruminant mammal
belonging to the family Cervidae. This
common species is native to western
Eurasia, but has been introduced widely
elsewhere. In Poland rare in the wild.
(in Polish: szerszeń europejski)
The European hornet commonly known
simply as the "hornet", is the largest
European eusocial wasp. The queen
measures 25 to 50 mm long; males and
workers are smaller.
This species will sting in response to
being stepped on or grabbed. They are
also defensive of their hive and rather
aggressive around food sources such as
lilac bushes. Care should be taken when
encountered in these circumstances as
they may sting without warning. The
pain from the sting may persist for
(in Polish: krwawnik pospolity)
(in Polish: koniczyna łąkowa)
It is perennial plant,
growing 20–80 cm tall.
The leaves are trifoliate
(with three leaflets), each
leaflet 15–30 mm long and
8–15 mm broad, green
with a characteristic pale
crescent in the outer half
of the leaf. The flowers are
dark pink, 12–15 mm long.
(in Polish: foka szara)
It is a large seal, with
males reaching 2.5–
3.3 m long and
kg; females are much
smaller, typically 1.6–
2.0 m long and 100–
190 kg in weight.
Males are generally
darker than females,
with lighter patches
and often scarring
around the neck.
Females are silver
grey to brown with
dark patches. They
are threatened with
extinction. This view
is very rare.