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Punia Forest

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Punia Forest
Punia Forest

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[edit] Overview

Two Thousand and seven hundred hectares in size and regarded as the oldest forest in Lithuania, Punia Forest boasts almost all varieties of woodland habitat.

Oak, pine, spruce and black alder are the dominant tree species in the forest. Due to minimum intervention management this forest is diverse in age and structure, resulting in a mix of dead wood habitats, mature trees, dense understory and woodland glades.

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[edit] Notable Species

Here it is possible to see the Middle Spotted Woodpecker, White-backed Woodpecker, Three-toed Woodpecker, Red-breasted Flycatcher, Lesser Spotted Eagle and Black Stork

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Birds you can see here include:

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[edit] Other Wildlife

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[edit] History and Use

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[edit] Areas of Interest

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[edit] External Links

Nemunas Loops Regional Parks, Punia Forest

Content and images originally posted by frogmanas

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