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Ecological sites

 

Ecological conservation is a form that can include fragments of ecosystems of importance for the conservation of biodiversity - natural bodies of water, field and forest ponds, clumps of trees and bushes, marshes, bogs, dunes, areas of unused vegetation, oxbow lakes, rock outcrops, slope, gravel, natural habitats and the habitats of rare or protected species of plants, animals, and fungi, their refuges and breeding or place seasonal stay.


On area of the Wel Landscape Park is located six ecological sites:

 

"Bladowo" - includes amelioration fen complex with a large area of wet meadows and forests, with an area of 139.04 hectares. Noteworthy is the central part of the bog, yet retains the relatively highest degree of naturalness. Number of ditch network evolved bog ditches, but nevertheless here are my refuge of rare plants helleborine, Broad and rare orchid and Southern adderstonegue, and of animals - barred warbler, crane, red-backed shrike and marsh harrier. Extensive grassland areas are ideal feeding ground for the lesser spotted eagle, which one can often zobaczyć.Rozporządzenie No. 82 Governor of Warmia and Mazury, dated 30 July 2009 on the establishment of ecological "Bladowo" Coll. Office. Province Warm.-Maz. of 2009 No. 105, item. 1715


Chełsty” - covers an area of 14.22 acres north of Chełst, on both sides of the river Wel. Includes deeply indented in the upland pastures of subglacial trough and moist, overgrown meadows. You can meet protected species of plants - orchids, viburnum coral, black currant, and birds – kingfishers. On this stretch of the river flows slowly and is a typical lowland river, but a few hundred meters away ("Piekielko") is converted into a rapidly flowing stream.


"Kurojady" - is located 3 km north of Lidzbarka, the deeply cut river Wel gutter. It covers a wide strip of reeds and meadows around the meandering river on the surface of 2.90 ha.

Place Outlet have numerous water birds. Among the rare flora grow there: orchids and clover hilly. The interesting nature is also a steep slope on the eastern side of the river, where there are broadleaved forests with rare and protected species of plants. Regulation No. 89 Governor of Warmia and Mazury of 30 July 2009 on the establishment of ecological "Kurojady" Coll. Office. Province Warm.-Maz. of 2009 No. 105, item. 1722


Wąpiersk Peatland "- is located north of the village Wąpiersk, on the right side of the road to Koszelewy. Covering an area of 6.50 hectares.

This includes peat bog with several large peat workings. Among the plant species characteristic of this type of peatland plants here: cranberry, bog pine, marsh, bog bilberry, bagnica peat and sundew. Governor Regulation No. 90 of Warmia and Mazury of 30 July 2009 on the establishment of ecological "Peatland Wąpierskie" Coll. Office. Province Warm.-Maz. of 2009 No. 105, item. 1723


"Koszelewki" - includes melioration fen complex with many occurring potorfiami - places which once mined peat and now by filling with water habitat for many rare species of plants and animals, with an area of 516 hectares. There are localities of plants such as eg helleborine, Broad and rare orchid. In addition, the immediate vicinity of fish ponds makes it possible to observe such cranes, lapwings, cormorants, herons and white, white-tailed eagle and osprey.
Regulation No. 93 of the Governor of Warmia and Mazury of 30 July 2009 on the establishment of ecological "Koszelewki" Coll. Office. Province Warm.-Maz. of 2009 No. 105, item. 1726
 









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