Bird watching locations and fishing spots in Poland
Queen of Polish rivers
The last large, unregulated European river that flows for long stretches in a completely natural landscape.
Still very fishy, inhabited by countless wild birds and animals.
Wild lakes hidden among fields and forests
In the immediate vicinity of Warsaw, we have a few unknown pearls – small eutrophic lakes that resemble the Masurian “older brothers”.
Full of perch and pike and inhabited by huge numbers of birds.
Green lungs of Warsaw
A huge forest complex, mostly belonging to the Kampinos National Park.
The forest is a place of occurrence of, among others endemic black birch. The numerous animals inhabiting it include beavers, elks, deer and roe deer. If we are more lucky, we can see a wolf or a lynx.
Bug, Narew, Wkra, Bzura
The meandering Bug flowing swiftly through sandy-clay areas, Narew rolling its black waters through marshy-peat areas or the shallow and rocky Wkra and Bzura …
Each of them offers excellent opportunities for bird and animal watching or fishing.