Biebrza Marshes are one of Europe’s last natural lowland river valleys. They cover an area of over 1000 km2 of wetlands, peat bogs and bog forests in the far north-east of Poland.
Saved from drainage by the non-intensive local farming, these fragile habitats became home for hundreds of rare species of birds, insects and plants that are now difficult to see anywhere else in Europe.
This area also holds a large population of Elk (Moose), European Beavers and a few packs of Wolves.
Things to see
January and February are the best months to see Elks, Beavers and Otters and each year we run our 8 day Winter Wildlife › tour at that time.