Detailed map for hiking and bird spotting in the Polish part of the Bialowieza Forest straddling the border between Poland and Belarus, the largest remaining part of ancient forests which used to cover vast areas of Europe and the last remaining habitat of the European bison. The area is also one of the centres of eco-tourism in Poland.
The map, published by North Podlasian Society for Bird Protection, covers the Polish part of the forest including the National Park area and the town of Hajnowka. It shows local hiking paths, various types of accommodation including hotels and campsites, restaurants, car service stations, places of interest, tourist information centres, etc. Relief contours and general topographic details are complemented by many symbols and colours to indicate the variety and distribution of different habitats in the region. Sites for watching specific birds are given particular attention. On the reverse are notes and illustrations on the local habitats and natural history.
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