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Fôret Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieża

Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieża Forest

Situated on the watershed of the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea, this immense forest range, consisting of evergreens and broad-leaved trees, is home to some remarkable animal life, including rare mammals such as the wolf, the lynx and the otter, as well as some 300 European Bison, a species which has been reintroduced into the park.

Fôret Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieża

Situé sur la ligne de partage des eaux entre la mer Baltique et la mer Noire, ce vaste massif de forêt ancienne, comprenant à la fois des conifères et des feuillus, abrite une faune remarquable et, en particulier, des mammifères rares tels que le loup, le lynx et la loutre, ainsi que quelque trois cents bisons d’Europe, espèce réintroduite dans le site.

غابة بيلوفيزهاسكايا بوشا/بيالوويزا

تقع الغابة القديمة على خط الفصل بين مياه بحر البلطيق والبحر الأسود وتشمل  الصنوبريات والأشجار الورقية في آن، كما تضم ثروة حيوانية مثيرة للاهتمام وبشكل خاص الثدييات النادرة مثل الذئب والوشق وثعلب الماء وحوالى ثلاثمئة بيسون أوروبي، وهو نوع تمّ إدخاله من جديد الى الموقع.

source: UNESCO/ERI

别洛韦日自然保护区与比亚沃韦扎森林

这片广袤的森林位于波罗的海和黑海的分水岭,由常青树和阔叶林组成,是一些稀有动物的栖息地,其中包括狼、猞猁、水獭等珍稀哺乳动物。森林中还有300多头欧洲野牛,是人们重新放归到这个保护区的。

source: UNESCO/ERI

Беловежская Пуща / Бяловежа

Лежащий на водоразделе Балтийского и Черного морей обширный лесной массив, составленный хвойными и широколиственными породами, дает приют множеству диких животных, включая таких редких как волк, рысь, выдра. Европейский зубр, реинтродуцированный в Пуще, достиг численности в 400 голов.

source: UNESCO/ERI

Bosque de Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieža

Situado en la divisoria de las aguas entre las cuencas de los ríos que van a parar al Báltico y el Mar Negro, esta vasta extensión de bosques antiguos de hoja perenne y caduca alberga una rica fauna y, en particular, mamíferos poco comunes como lobos, linces y nutrias. Además, este sitio de ha repoblado con bisontes de Europa y cuenta hoy en día como unos 300 especímenes.

source: UNESCO/ERI

ベラヴェシュスカヤ・プーシャ/ビャウォヴィエジャの森

source: NFUAJ

Bos van Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieża

Op de waterscheiding van de Oostzee en de Zwarte Zee ligt dit immens grote bos, bestaand uit naald- en loofbomen. Het oerbos is het enige overgebleven primaire loof- en gemengd bos – er staan grenen, beuken, eiken, elzen en sparren – van het Europese laagland. Het bos gaat terug tot 8000 voor Christus en is het enige overgebleven voorbeeld van de oorspronkelijke bossen die ooit een groot deel van Europa bedekten. Het bos heeft een opmerkelijke fauna, waaronder zeldzame zoogdieren zoals de wolf, lynx en otter. Daarnaast zijn er 300 bizons, een diersoort die opnieuw geïntroduceerd is in het bos.

Source : unesco.nl

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Fôret Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Bialowieza © Mateusz Szymura
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The Białowieża Primeval Forest is the last remaining primary deciduous and mixed forest of the European lowlands. Located on the watershed of the Baltic and Black seas, this immense forest range consisting of evergreens and broadleaved trees is the home of some remarkable animal life, including rare and interesting mammals. The park comprises about one-tenth of the entire Białowieża Primeval Forest, which has a wide range of flora and fauna typical of both Western and Eastern Europe.

The park protects a part of the last and one of the largest surviving areas of European primeval lowland mixed forest: pine, beech, oak, alder and spruce. The forest dates back to 8000 BC and is the only remaining example of the original forests, which once covered much of Europe.

These wilderness areas are inhabited by European bison, a species reintroduced into the park in 1929, elk, stag, roe deer, wild boar, lynx, wolf, fox, marten, badger, otter, ermine, beaver and numerous bats. It is also a showplace reserve for tarpan (Polish wild forest horse). The avifauna includes corncrake, white-tailed eagle, white stork, peregrine falcon and eagle owl.

Situated in the transition between the boreal and temperate zone in south-west Belarus, on the border with central Poland, the site contains elements of northern and southern flora. Almost 90% of the park is covered with 'old growth' virgin stands of mixed broadleaved and conifer forests. Over 900 vascular plant species have been recorded, including 26 tree and 138 shrub species. Almost two-thirds are indigenous with the remainder being anthropogenic introductions.

Białowieski National Park is the oldest national park in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded as 'Reserve' forestry in 1921 but officially established as a National Park in Białowieża in 1932. In 1947 it was restored as the Białowieski National Park. At one time the property of Polish kings, the Białowieski Forests have survived in an almost unaltered form. It is without doubt the most valuable natural area in the European lowlands.

Source : UNESCO/CLT/WHC