Where to start? From leaving home!
From those early Spring walks we can return with nice trofie – a deer, a fox or lying in the sun eagle will look beautifully in our … photo album. To start an adventure with the nature in Pomorskie region we do not have to invest a lot of money and we do not need have to be prepared. At the beginning we need just two things – the patience (quite often very much awarded) and silence (very easy to get when far from the city).
The forest savoir vivre, what You need to remember
During the visits in the wild nature, especially when we plane to meet (from the distance) wild animals we should remember about few rules to avoid the stress and makes our chances to have interesting observations or good pictures higher.
– Reduce the noise to minimum. We know how difficult it is to stop the loud expressing our admiration about the forests in Pomorskie region but being loud can successfully destroy our plans to meet animals in the forest
– We keep away from the nests and dens. All young animals are graceful models…unfortunately when their parents smell the human, quite often they abandon them for good. What’s more our footsteps left around the nests may bring wild animals there.
– First of all the tidiness. We do not have to remind to anybody that keeping the nature clean is important. If we find the place where it is not clean or in a danger to the nature we should inform the proper guards – let’s not be indifferent!
Where to look, take photos and record…
The biggest variety of species, we shall find at the area which is most diverse – all kinds of swampy areas, meadows, lakes, thick forests – so areas where there very little of human interference. There is a lot of such areas around Pomorskie region – for example our Landscape Parks and its inhabitants.
Gil, Kashubian Landscape Park, fot M.Rekowska
Krabik Amerykanski, fot.The Coastal Landscape Park
Kumak nizinny, The Dolina Słupi Landscape Park, fot. I. Litwin
Zając szarak, fot. The Vistula Spit Landscape Park
Kowalik,The Tri-City Landscape Park, fot. Dariusz Ożarowski
Small cranes before hatching, fot. The Wdzydze Landscape Park
Bielik, The Zaborski Landscape Park, fot. Mariusz Pomaski