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Gornje Podunavlje (flooded forest, Upper Danube)

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This Special Nature Reserve comprises the Serbian portion of an international wetland wilderness that extends over the borders into neighboring Croatia and Hungary. The whole vast complex represent one of the finest birding and wildlife areas in Europe. It comprises oak, willow and poplar forest on alluvial soil with numerous seasonal pools.

The forest are famed for their Wild Boar and Red Deer population, and nearby fish ponds provide an additional attraction for waterfowl.

Birds include: Black Stork, Little Bittern, Greylag Goose, Red-crested Pochard, White-tailed Eagle, Honey Buzzard, Black Kite, Marsh Harrier, Saker Falcon, Black Woodpecker, Middle-spotted Woodpecker, Lesser-spotted Woodpecker, Yellow Wagtail, Collared Flycatcher, Red-blacked Shrike, Sivi's Warbler, River Warbler.

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