Warta River Mouth National Park

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Warta River Mouth National Park

  • Country: 
    Poland
  • Site number: 
    282
  • Area: 
    7,956 ha
  • Designation date: 
    03-01-1984
  • Coordinates: 
    52°36'N 14°47'E
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Overview

Warta River Mouth National Park (Park Narodowy "Ujscie Warty"). 03/01/84; Lubuskie; 7,956 ha; 52°36'N 014°47'E. Added to the Montreux Record, 16 June 1993. National Park, Nature Reserve, Natura 2000 site. An artificial reservoir near the German border which is subject to wide seasonal variations. The site is set in the Warta River floodplain and surrounded by marshes, meadows and pasture. The area is extremely important for various nesting and wintering waterbirds. Staging and molting flocks include large numbers of ducks and geese. Human activities include non-intensive cattle grazing, fishing, haymaking, and goose hunting. Warta River regulation and polluted inflow are problematic. Boundaries significantly extended in 2007. Removed from the Montreux Record, 5 November 2007. Ramsar site no. 282. Most recent RIS information: 2007.

Administrative region: 
Gorzów

  • National legal designation: 
    • Nature Reserve
    • Landscape Park
    • National Park
  • Regional (international) legal designations: 
    • EU Natura 2000
  • Last publication date: 
    01-01-2007

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