Mammals of Poland

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    vdinets 2 years ago

    All I can say is that in 1993 there were lots of root voles (known as tundra voles in North America) on the marshy shores of Wisla in the huge park in the western part of Krakow (the one where the city zoo is located). Not worth a special trip, but if you are in Krakow anyway, you might check it out. This species is not so easy to find in other parts of Europe.

    • Cathy Pasterczyk 2 years ago

      Is anyone working on a mammal finding guide to Europe?

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        vdinets 2 years ago

        I sent a proposal to my agent, but so far she hasn’t found a publisher. I’ll appreciate any suggestions.

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    SLahaye 2 years ago

    These guys have great site guides that you can buy from their website
    http://wildpoland.com/

    We used the guide to Bialowieza and we can’t recommend it enough! (see our 2011 trip report on this site)

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    Jon Hall 2 years ago

    Have you read all the reports here? – there is good info http://mammalwatching.com/Palearctic/palearctpoland.html
    Jon

  4. Marta 1 year ago

    If You want, please contact me at: martaprange@hotmail.com or marta.switala@lark.lh.pl – so we could tak about Polish mammals. Greetings from Poland, Marta Świtała

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