In April I visited the lowland hay meadows and alkaline fens of the Teleki Pasture and the ash-dominated riparian mixed forests of the Kis-Mogyorós Forest, Natura 2000 sites in Nyírábrány, South Nyírség Region. Location: Nyírábrány. Date: 26-28.04.2015.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Saturday, April 25, 2015
We visited the Natura 2000 area of the Monostorpályi Pasture in the South Nyírség, a part of the Hajdúság Landscape Protection Area in April. This place has characteristic Pannonic sand steppes and Euro-Siberian steppic woods with oaks, and famous for its ground squirrel population. Location: Monostorpályi. Date: 25.04.2015.
Friday, April 17, 2015
Sunday, April 12, 2015
We travelled to Márokpapi, a small village in the Bereg Plain in East Hungary, in the Szatmár-Bereg Landscape Protection Area. There is a Natura 2000 site here named Tarpa-Tákos, famous for its rare plant species, including a relict population of the Snake's Head Fritillary. The area's vegetation includes Pannonic woods with sessile oak and hornbeam, Alluvial forests with black alder, and Lowland hay meadows. Location: Márokpapi. Date: 12.04.2015.