North-East Poland: Biebrza, Białowieża, Narew, and Wigry

The Biebrza marshes in North-east Poland are well known as the most pristine lowland river ecosystem. Likewise, Bialowieza National Park is famous for being the last primeval lowland forest left in Europe.

These areas, together with the many other natural areas nearby, form one gigantic nature-rich region, in which wild Bison, Wolves and Elks roam, and many rare birds, dragonflies, butterflies and wildflowers can be found.

This guide is part of the Crossbill Guides series for travelling naturalists and other nature lovers.

  • The only guide to cover the wildflowers, birds and other wildlife
  • Routes, where-to-watch-birds information and other observation tips.
  • Insightful information on the landscape and ecology