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The project „Preservation of wetland habitats in the upper Biebrza Valley” LIFE11/NAT/PL/422 is co-financed by LIFE+ - the financial instrument of the European Commission, the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management and Biebrza National Park.

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Valuable species of flora and fauna which can be found within the project area:

- Liparis loeselii  – It is a rare orchid species in danger of extinction. The Biebrza population counting over 10 thousand individuals belongs to the biggest in Poland;

- Bog Saxifrage – It is a glacial relic present in transitional and Sphagnum dominated peatlands, currently in danger of extinction;

- Aquatic Warbler – This incospicuous bird, similar in size to the House Sparrow is one of the rarest and globally endangered species of migratory birds. 25% of the global population of the Aquatic Warbler inhabit the Biebrza Marshes (about 2500 of singing males), which are their biggest refugium in the EU. 

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Osowiec - Twierdza 8
19-110 Goniądz


+48 85 738 06 20
+48 85 738 30 10


fax: +48 85 738 30 21

m.silakowski@biebrza.org.pl

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