Bialowieza National Park is located in eastern Poland, right on the border with Belarus. It is the oldest national park in Poland (1932) and covers an area of over 10.000 hectares, 6.000 of which have very strict protection.
The park protects a typical primary forest of European plain with an unparalleled variety of fungi, plants and animals, some of which can only be found here.
The symbol of the park’s bison, Europe’s largest mammal. About 380 individuals of these mammals live here in freedom, with the largest population in the world.
All these features led in 1977 to declare World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1979 Cultural Heritage.
In this reserve you can be photographed bison, zubronie (hybrid bison and cow), Polish tarpan race horses, deer, roe deer, wild boars, moose and wolves. Moreover, in winter home to large populations of White-tailed Sea-eagle, which feed along with other raptors in points endowed with power hides for photography.
This trip is designed to photograph this beautiful and little mammals in their natural habitat and complement the journey with photography Sea-eagles, woodpeckers, elk and other jewels of central Europe.
More info and PROGRAM: Bialowetza 2017