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Vinoř - Satalice

The Pheasantry in Satalice

Since 1951 the Pheasantry territory has been declared a nature reserve. It has an area of 15.68 hectares and it is situated in the cadastral area of Satalice. In a mixed deciduous forest mainly oaks can be found, but also the Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior), the Norway maple (Acer platanoides), the Small-leaved linden (Tilia cordata) and the European hornbeam (Carpinus betulus). Given that you are in Pheasantry where you can see a large number of animals, such as pheasants, black woodpeckers, sparrowhawks and others we would like to ask you if you are lucky and see a wild animal in the Pheasantry in Satalice, to please try take a picture of it and send the photo by e-mail to mitosinka@seznam.cz and we will share your “catch” with others through this taglist. Be sure to note:

Between the stops Satalice and Pheasantry in Satalice be sure to note the three English oaks and particularly the oak with four trunks that was certainly already planted here in the early 19th Century.

The next stop in the Satalice – Vinoř direction is V Aleji (In the Alley) – this is stop No. 7. If you are walking from Vinoř to Satalice, the Satalice stop follows, i.e. at stop No. 9, which is also the final stop of the Vinoř – Satalice nature trail. In both directions it is cca. a five-minute walk, very accessible even for wheelchair users, of course, in the case of good weather.

GPS position

N 50° 7.781', E 14° 34.592'