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Lower Bartosovice pond

Pond with an area of ​​73.7 hectares is home to a wide range of organisms. Since the second half of the 80s of the 20th century, the pond was forgiven, causing a reduction of birds by 60% before the intervention. Reeds on the pond is one of the largest within the protected area Poodří.

It occurs here critically endangered carnivorous plant Utricularia vulgaris, arrowhead, which produces three types of leaves. On the banks grows abundantly yellow iris. Amphibians here represent the so-called. Green frogs (marsh frog, green frog). The beach here is abundant grass snake. The birds are found in large numbers Pochard, Tufted Duck, Duck further significant crested Pochard or predator marsh harrier. The largest colonies in the Protected Landscape Area Black-headed Gull. The reedbeds lives Spotted Crake, Common Moorhen, great reed warbler, Sedge Warbler and Reed Bunting. On the Willows can build their nests typical penduline tit.

GPS position

N 49° 40.878', E 18° 1.694'



Geopark Podbeskydí / Občanské sdružení Hájenka
Ing. Dalibor Kvita