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Bird Watching

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Poland is a great place for birds and bird watching. Here are just a couple of the super places for birdwatching in the west of Poland:

Notecka Forest - a large forest where Middle Spotted Woodpecker, Kingfisher, Firecrest, Red-breasted Flycatcher, Black Storks, Crested Lark and Golden Oriole can often be seen.

Swinoujscie - the Mouth of of the River Świna Estaury is often described as one of the most attractive spots to watch birds on the Baltic Sea.

Warta Slonsk - a huge reserve near the Polish-German border. Alongwith the Biebrza Marshes (in the north-east of the country) the best places in Poland for birdwatching. Birds include: Grebe, Black Stork, Great Egret, Shelduck, White - tailed Eagle, Red Kite, Oystercatcher, Godwit, Ruff, Little Tern, Black Tern, Whiskered Tern, Caspian Gull, Little Gull, Hoopoe, Little Owl, Night Heron, Little Egret, Spoonbill, Egyptian Goose, Pink footed Goose, Red breasted Goose, Ruddy Shelduck, and Avocet. Too many to list here!

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