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Differents species of animals live in this
There are both insects, rodents, birds and
In this presentation we are going to present
twelve most interesting and the best
The majority of them are birds.
Each photo was added on the principle of
allowed application purpose for
illustrating discussed topics.
Surnames of authors, which were possible
to fix, are enumerated in the end of the
It is a bird from the order of owls which
most often lives in the attics of buildings.
That owl, which is liked because of
“friendly face”, should be appreciated as
one of the best rodent hunters.
Borowiec is a protected bat. It is over 7 cm
long and is one of the biggest bats in Poland.
Borowiec has silky, ginger fur, small ears and
black, narrow wings.
It lives in forests, sometimes in cities and it eats
insects. For winters borowiec flies to the
south and during winter time it’s in
hibernation. In spring it has 2 or 3 whelps.
This is a friendly, small sparrow bird, with
black and white feathers.
In Poland, when śnieguła arrives, people
start to talk about winter, because of the
fact that that bird comes to us not before
Within a year they several times change
their diet and color of feathers
Kania is a very rare, protected and
wandering bird from hawks family.
It lives in forests near rivers and lakes. It
builds nests on a leafy trees and it lays
eggs once a year in April.
Kania eats small vertebrates and carrions.
White Tailed Eagle
That bird, which belongs to predatory
species, also belongs to animals, which
are protected on the world scale.
Bielik, which before centuries started to be
a symbol of Poland, makes its nests from
thick branches, which it transports in
They haunt for fish but also for birds and
mammals. They won’t despise carrion.
Kobuz is a small protected falcon, it is over
30 cm long. It’s feathered, similar to
It lives in old pinewoods near swamps,
moors or fields.
It eats insects and small birds.
For nests kobuz uses nests of other birds
for example crows on the tops of high
trees. It lays eggs in June.
That bird is a little bigger than sparrow and has
got an unnaturally big beak, which it uses not
only to catch fish but also to make its
burrows in coasts.
They are very lightweight birds and, if they
want to go under water, they need to nosedive
almost vertically. When there is time for
feeding, broods from zimorodek takes up
circle position and it removes according to
indicators of clock.
Wilga is a small, protected yellow bird. It is
over 20 cm long.
It lives in forests, gardens, orchards and it
builds its nest with grass on forks of tree
branches a few meters over ground. It
lays eggs in May or in June.
In winter it lives in Africa.
Wilga eats insects and sweet cherries.
That bird, which rarely lives in Poland, is
mostly seen in emigration time.
When they have the hatch time, except
from cheerful songs in the beginning and
ending of the day, they don’t give signs of
You can see it only on grasslands and fields
where they eat.
Potrzos is a small protected bird. It is over
15 cm long.
It lives on fields, swamps and meadows. It
lays eggs in May and June in nests hidden
Potrzos eats small insects and seeds.
Those birds, which are from duck family,
have got unusually contrasting colors of
Ohars make their nests in the area of rivers,
sometimes in burrows after foxes. In
majority, ohars are really aggressive
birds, particularly for another species.
Marten is a small mammal from weasel
family. It has long, flexible body, short
legs, brown fur with a white part on
Marten lives in pinewood forests. It eats
everything: frogs, small animals, insects,
Marten lives for over 8-10 years.
• ABC PRZYRODY(),
• „Encyklopedia Polska PRZYRODA
POLSKA” by Jadwiga Knaflewska and
• Wikipedia The Free Encyklopedia;
In presentation we used photos of:
• Cezary Korkosz,
• Agnieszka and Damian Nowak,
• Romain Rials,
• Paweł Wietedna,
• Students from XIII High School in Warsaw,
• José Luis Rodriguez,
• Jurek Grzesiak,
• Tomasz Cofta.
Mrs Grażyna Grobelna
Mrs Ewa Głąbińska