The area includes the lower section of Vistula, from the southern border to the Pomerania to the bridge on the Vistula river, south of Tczew. It is on the government list from July 17, 2007. The fragment of the relatively well-preserved valley of the great river with the natural system of vegetation. The river flows here in the largely natural channel, with silts and sand rags. The oxbow lakes, willow scrubs and riparian forests, as well as fields and pastures. Are preserved in the valley. In places there are high slopes, on which we can find thermophilic grasslands and slope hails. Habitats listed in Annex I occurring in the area: willow riparian, poplar, alder and ash, alder headwaters; oxbow lakes an natural eutrophic water reservoirs; lowland and mountain fresh meadows which are used extensively; Central European and sub-continental hail; thermophilic, inland grasslands; flooded muddy river banks; xerothermic grasslands with the orchids; mountain and riverside herbs; thermophilic oaks. In addition, there are animals lised in Annex II: mammals – European beaver, otter, wolf, Barbastelle, greater mouse-eared bat; amphibians – fire-bellied toad, great crested newt; fish – asp, ziege, bullhead, spined loach, Atlantic salmon, eel, bitterling, lamprey; vascular plants – Thesium ebracteatum Hayneleniec, Cypripedium calceolus, pasque flower, Angelica palustris.
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