Bialowieza Forest – one the very last remnants of natural lowland forests on the European continent – is an irreplaceable area for biodiversity conservation, due in particular to its size, protection status, and substantially undisturbed nature. The property is home to the largest free-roaming population of European Bison, which is the iconic species of this property. However the biodiversity conservation values are extensive, and include protection for 59 mammal species, over 250 bird species, 13 amphibians, 7 reptiles, and over 12,000 invertebrates. The flora is diverse and regionally significant, and the property also is notable for conservation of fungi. Several new species have been described here and many threatened species are still well represented.
Photos and videos that can be found here offer you an insight into the Forest. They can be used in various publications for the Forest. Please, make sure, however, that the materials are signed and also let us know about their usage, for example, by sending us a link. We will be happy to hear from you.
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