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Tyra – U Lodra

You are standing in the village of Tyra. U Lodra is the name for the place in the woods where the remains of a number of original houses and a farm building are found. This building used to be in a field. Worth noting is the huge 300 to 400 year old Large-leaved lime tree, which is 26 m high and whose trunk diameter measures a remarkable 650 cm. Amphibians and reptiles can be found in the area (common vipers, grass snakes, sand lizards, common lizards and slow worms). Of the frogs, of note are the Common Frog, Common Toad and the Yellow-bellied Toad. Newts are to be found in pools. Many kinds of bird are also to be found (the White-throated Dipper, the Black Stork, the Tawny Owl, the Little Owl). In winter, we can observe kingfishers and flocks of wild ducks. The American Mink is a non-native species which was brought over from the USA.  

GPS position

N 49° 37.041', E 18° 38.534'
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Contact

Actaea
Mgr.Kateřina Kočí
Karlovice
Tel.:777044758
e-mail:info@actaea.cz
http://www.actaea.cz