The Warta Mouth National park in Western Poland is one of the largest wetland reserves in Europe. It is home to many breeding species.
Driving round the quiet roads and tracks will give us the opportunity to get close to many species that would normally be difficult to approach, including Cranes, Buzzards and Great White Egrets in the non intensified arable fields, while walking though part of the reserve on "the concrete road" will add diversity to our bird watching with Terns, Waders, Ducks and Geese in addition to smaller birds such as Blue-headed Wagtails, Marsh Warblers and many more.
We will always be on the look out for a Beaver of which there are some 30 pairs in the National Park. Roe Deer and Fox can be a common sight. On one evening we hall have a post dinner drive locally to look for the unique Racoon Dog.
Subject to availability of guides and accommodation we can look to arrange a private tour for groups of two to four persons, so please contact us for details.
Explore Western Poland's national Nature Reserve
The largest single wetland site in Europe
Geese, Ducks, Waders and Herons
Encounters with White-tailed Eagles and possibly Beaver
Evening drive to look for Racoon Dog
Awake to the sounds of buguling Cranes
Day 1 - Arrival - Evening birdwatching near hotel
Day 2 - Warta Mouth National Reserve .
Day 3 - Woodland Walk around around Gluchowo and evening drive.
Day 4 - Drbranotz Northern Reserve area
Day 5 - Depart after some morning birdwatching
For a full itinerary please The One Stop Nature Shop 01485 211223
Price per person on a twin sharing basis: £625
Single room supplement: £120
4 nights accommodation with ensuite facilities, All land transport. Any National Park or other entrance fees. Guided Tour Leader
Flights into and out Poznan. Travel insurance . Drinks. Extra food and drinks to normal meal times. Tips, laundry, phone calls and any thing else not listed in the inclusions