Poland has become one of the top birding destinations in Europe and gained great popularity among birders. There are vast areas of still remarkably unspoilt landscape where birds find excellent conditions for living in natural habitats. The most famous are Biebrza Marshes and Bialowieza National Park but there are plenty of other great places to observe birds.
A big variety of different species which have become scarce or almost extinct in Western Europe can still be seen in Poland. A number of around 440 bird species has been recorded here. To name just a few: Great Snipe, Aquatic Warbler, European woodpeckers, flycatchers, Hazelhen, Black Grouse, White-tailed Eagle, White Stork, geese, ducks, owls, waterfowls, waders, and many more. The best time to come and observe birds is spring: March, April and May.

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