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Bog lake on the western slope of Mount Tabor about 1 km northeast of the village nový Svět at Lomnice nad Popelkou. The lake is fed by the river Cidlinou, the „tourist“ nedaluko spring is here. The real source Cidlina is west of Kosovo. Pond subsoil beneath sedimentary Tabor is formed (established) rocks from the lower Permian (Autun about 270 million years ago). They are mainly red ¬ Naw arkoses and mudstones stratigraphically belonging to vrchlabskému Formation. Soil cover consists organozem (peat soil) and typical sizing in various stages of development, which is connected to organozemní glue. For peat soil forming process is characterized by slow decomposition and humification of organic substances. The reason for the slow decomposition of the excess water and the lack of atmospheric oxygen. A marked accumulation limited decomposed organic material, that is the formation of peat.

The site was in 1996 declared a natural monument under Tabor Pond. Is protected peat pond with the Drosera rotundifolia. Here is her most of the population in the Bohemian Paradise. In addition sundews in this growing community of peat marsh cress (Cardamine dentata) ,Carex pseudocyperus), osier oriole (Lysimachia nemorum ), Menyanthes trifoliata, Orrhilia secunda, sanicle European (Sanicula europaea). In the vicinity, where there is still enough moisture rising Leucojum vernum. The pond-breeding amphibians such as Common Frog (Rana temporaria), lived here in the past also Alpine Newt (Triturus alpestris). Among the rarer species of butterflies are Lycaena virgaureae). For bird species, there is the Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos), garden warbler (Sylvia borin), gray wagtail (Motacilla cinerea ), in the vicinity of fiery bunny (Ignicapillus Regulus), *Loxia curvirostra, black woodpecker ( Dryocopus martius), irregular red-breasted flycatcher (*Ficedula parva).

GPS position

N 50° 30.390', E 15° 21.153'



Geopark UNESCO Český ráj
Jiří Vlasák